Lindsey E. Holzer conducted legal research for matters of labor and employment, tax, real estate and intellectual property. She drafted memorandums regarding discovery, evidence and common interest privilege, and reviewed and revised diligence documents and business plans. Lindsey also participated in pro bono work, volunteering to assist Protection from Abuse hearings as well as the Homeless Experience Legal Protection Clinic.
While pursuing her law degree, Lindsey was a member of Pitt Legal Income Sharing Foundation, Pitt Law Women’s Association, and served as a Pitt Law Ambassador. Before law school, Lindsey worked at the Juvenile Court Project, assisting indigent parents whose children were the subjects of Juvenile Court dependency.
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D., 2017
- University of Pittsburgh, B.S., 2014, cum laude, dean’s list
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