Lindsay A. Enriquez has experience in a range of complex civil and criminal cases at the state and federal level, including attorney malpractice, healthcare fraud, student discipline cases, and internal investigations. Most recently, Lindsay successfully represented multiple students through university-led investigations stemming from the college admissions scandal, obtaining findings of no responsibility for any Student Conduct Code violations for those clients. She also has experience with various transactional work, including contract drafting and advising on corporate governance issues.
Lindsay Enriquez earned her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law. During her time at Pepperdine, Lindsay was a member of the Pepperdine Law Review and the Moot Court team. She also participated in the Restoration and Justice Clinic where she and her partner helped obtain a three-year restraining order for their homeless client. Lindsay worked as a law clerk for the California Department of Justice, Attorney General’s Office in the Appeals, Writs and Trials Division and served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Harry Pregerson on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Lindsay received her undergraduate degree from Pepperdine University with a double major in philosophy and political science. Prior to law school, Lindsay was a primary school teacher in South Louisiana and a Teach for America Corp Member.