Articling Student

Lindsay A. Davy




Lindsay is currently a student at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. As a student, Lindsay has written publications for the International Law Society and has assisted with research in the field of Transnational-Environmental Law. She has also volunteered for Pro Bono Students’ Canada and served as the Co-chair of External Outreach for the Students’ Law Society. Lindsay is an active member of the Black Law Students’ Association chapter at Windsor Law and currently co-runs an academic success and mentorship program for Black first-year law students.

An active clinician, Lindsay, this past summer, worked at Legal Assistance of Windsor where she gained experience in oral and written advocacy. Recently she completed an externship with the Canadian Environmental Law Association.

Prior to entry into law school, Lindsay interned at the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion and worked as an educator at a Toronto aquarium. She obtained her Bachelor of Science from Ontario Tech University, where she studied Life Sciences.

In her free time, Lindsay enjoys baking, painting, and playing with her cat.