Areas of Practice
Lindsay represents clients on property and land related issues including complex land development, municipal matters, lease issues and litigation and interpretation matters involving easements, building schemes and other title related charges. Lindsay’s other practice areas include advising companies and societies on incorporation and restructuring matters, wills estates, civil litigation, administrative matters including tribunal appeals and reviews and foreclosures.
Work History and Education
Lindsay has been with Cox Taylor since 2005 and a partner with the firm since 2010. Lindsay obtained a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) from U.N.B.C. and a LL.B. from University of Victoria.
Lindsay maintains both a solicitors and litigation practice and has appeared in all levels of court in British Columbia and successfully defended applications to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Lindsay is appointed to the Attorney General’s Supreme Court Rules Committee, a committee formed to provide advice on Rules reform; the Law Foundation of British Columbia which funds projects and programs throughout British Columbia in the areas of legal education & research, legal aid, law reform and law libraries; and is appointed as a member of the Law Society of British Columbia’s Hearing Panel which adjudicates on disciplinary matters, application for enrolment in articles, call and admission and reinstatement as a member of the Law Society.
Lindsay was appointed as a Governor to the University of Victoria and completed the maximum term of 6 years in July, 2017. Lindsay continues to sit on the University of Victoria’s Property Board. Lindsay has also served on other boards in British Columbia, including the Canadian Bar Association Aboriginal Law Student Scholarship Trust Committee and the Vancouver Island Sexual Health Association.
Professionally, Lindsay is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, the Canadian Bar Association and the Victoria Bar Association.