Richmond, VA 23219
Lindsey is an associate attorney in the firm’s business and finance section, where she frequently works on matters related to the acquisition, disposition, and leasing of commercial real estate.
In the summer of 2018, Lindsey was a trademark intern for the Major League Baseball Office of the Commissioner in New York. After law school, she was a Buswell research fellow and assistant director of research for the Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT) in Williamsburg, Virginia. She then clerked for the Honorable Elizabth C. Wingo, Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
In her spare time, Lindsey enjoys singing, cooking, and traveling. Her favorite travel destination to date is South Africa for the 2010 World Cup.
J.D., William & Mary Law School, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2019
President, Graduate Council; Associate Editor, William & Mary Business Law Review; President, Law Cappella
M.S., Hospitality Administration and Management, University of Central Florida, 2014
B.A., summa cum laude, Louisiana State University, 2012
When the Invented Becomes the Inventor: Can, and Should, AI Systems be Granted Inventorship Status
for Patent Applications?, 2 Legal Issues in the Digistal Age 3, 2020
Jason J. Lai & Lindsey A. Whitlow, The Spaghetti Effect of ICO Regulations: An Introduction to the Developing Regulatory Frameworks of Initial Coin Offerings Around the World, CLCT, 2020