Lindsay Davis is the Access to Justice Director at the Minnesota State Bar Association where she works on legal access funding and policy issues with civil legal aid and pro bono programs around the state.
She has also worked as an attorney in private practice and as a staff attorney in the government benefits unit at Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, where she specialized in governmental cases and reentry issues.
She graduated from Hamline University School of Law in 2006.
Minnesota’s Inherent Authority Criminal Expungement Law: Two Years After State v. S.L.H., 5 Wm. Mitchell J.L. & Prac. 2 (2012).
Minnesota’s Healthcare Licensing Laws and Their Hidden Impact on the Working Poor, 31 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol’y 63 (2009). (co-author)
An Amicus Perspective on Recent Minnesota Criminal Expungement, 2 Wm. Mitchell J.L. & Prac. 4 (2009)