Lindsay has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez Campus, graduating Cum Laude; a Juris Doctor from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, graduating Cum Laude, and a Master's Degree in Law (LLM) from the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico, where she graduated with honors. She has been admitted to the practice of the legal profession for 5 years. She is also admitted to the United States Supreme Court and certified as a Dispute Mediator.
She is currently working for Puerto Rico Legal Services as the Coordinator for the Disaster Relief Survival Assistance Project for Hurricanes 2017, a special grant by the Legal Services Corporation.
She is an active member of the Puerto Rico Bar Association (Colegio de Abogados y Abogadas de Puerto Rico – CAAPR). Within the CAAPR, she is a member of the Young Lawyers Commission; the Commission on Women's Rights; the Commission against the Death Penalty; the Commission for Economic, Social and Community Law; the Legal Review Commission; the Assembly Commission and the Resolutions Commission. For the past two years she served as Vice President of the Ponce Delegation of the CAAPR. For this incoming year, she will be one of the Ponce Delegates at the CAAPR Board of Governors. She is also a member of Amnesty International Puerto Rico and Pro Bono, Inc.
Currently, she is the Young Lawyer Delegate of Puerto Rico in the American Bar Association House of Delegates (ABA); District Representative of the Thirteenth District, for Puerto Rico and Mississippi and member of the Disaster Legal Services (DLS) team.