Lindsay is the Management and Communications Assistant for the Amsterdam Center for Transformative Private Law (ACT) and the Amsterdam Centre on the Legal Professions and Access to Justice (ACLPA). Lindsay is also coordinating the education innovation project for the Master of Law and Finance program (MLF).
Alongside her work with the Amsterdam Law School, Lindsay in the final stages of her PhD with the Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory, and Material Culture Studies. Her PhD research concerns the iconography of a group of Late Roman funerary monuments, and considers them within the contexts of authenticity, connectivity, and memory.
As part of her PhD, she was the Historical Researcher for the Connecting Early Medieval European Collections project (CEMEC). In this role, she assisted in the curation and served on the scientific board for the Exhibition: Crossroads: Travelling Through the Middle Ages. For the associated publication of the same title (also published in German as: Europa in Bewegung) Lindsay served on the editorial board, and authored the section introductions ('Connectivity', 'Diversity', and 'Early Medieval Europe Today').
Lindsay's PhD is supervised by Prof. dr. James Symonds, Prof. dr. Hanneke Ronnes, and Prof. dr. Wim Hupperetz.