Lindsey started her pupillage with KBG Chambers in October 2021 within the area of Civil Law under the supervision of Tim Pullen. She read law at the University of Manchester where she volunteered at the Legal Advice Centre providing advice to members of the public in a range of legal disputes. Following this she completed a masters in Medical Law at the University of Liverpool achieving a distinction. Prior to her pupillage she undertook a PhD at Lancaster University, ‘A critical discussion of living minors as tissue donors for transplantation purposes in England and Wales, and Scotland’, where she also lectured undergraduate law students, published articles in both legal and medical journals, and presented her research at conferences. Lindsey completed Bar School in Manchester, and was called to the Bar in July 2021 by the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn after receiving the Uthwatt Scholarship. In addition, Lindsey has undertaken volunteer work at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service where she provided support to unrepresented doctors at General Medical Council disciplinary hearings.