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Lindsay supports the real estate and transactional needs of clients developing renewable energy projects.

With a primary focus on solar and wind projects, Lindsay works with developers and other clients throughout the entire life cycle of renewable energy project development, from siting and financing to sale. Her practice includes conducting due diligence review; negotiating and drafting purchase and sale agreements, leases, easements and option agreements; and performing title and survey review. While Lindsay generally handles the transactional portion of projects, she also draws on a strong background in environmental and energy regulation and advises clients on the regulatory implications of their projects.

Lindsay began her legal career as an environmental attorney with the Denver City Attorney’s Office, where she advised clients on environmental compliance and the clean-up of contaminated properties. As the city’s energy priorities shifted, Lindsay began to focus on solar energy project transactions, and she discovered a passion for the highly innovative world of renewable energy. She later worked for a firm where she handled real estate transactional matters for utility-scale electric transmission projects and advised clients on energy regulatory matters, before joining Husch Blackwell so that she could return to renewable energy.

Clients value Lindsay’s extensive energy experience from varying perspectives, as well as the inside understanding of municipal governments that helps her quickly navigate systems for necessary permits and approvals. However, Lindsay is best known for her approachability and for the long-term partnerships she builds with clients.




  • J.D., University of Colorado Law School
    • University of Colorado Law Review, Associate Editor
  • B.A., University of Colorado Boulder
    • summa cum laude
    • with distinction


  • Arizona
  • Colorado

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • State Bar of Arizona, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section and Real Property Section
  • Maricopa County Bar Association, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section and Real Estate Section
  • Represented energy development clients in transactional matters associated with utility-scale electric transmission projects, including drafting and negotiating easements and other real estate agreements with landowners, crossing agreements with other energy companies, and professional services agreements with consultants.
  • Structured, drafted, and negotiated community solar project transactions, including power purchase agreements, operator agreements, and interconnection agreements.
  • Drafted and negotiated energy performance contracts with energy service companies on behalf of clients seeking energy efficiency upgrades.
  • Advised clients on environmental matters in connection with real estate development, including performing environmental due diligence, negotiating the environmental provisions of real estate agreements, and securing environmental permits.
  • Evaluated environmental liabilities and advised clients regarding risk associated with the acquisition of contaminated properties.
  • Represented responsible party clients through CERCLA processes at multiple Superfund sites, including the remedial investigation/feasibility study, removal action, and remedy implementation processes.
Outside the Office

Lindsay’s favorite hobby is cooking, and she loves to wind down at the end of the workday with a new recipe. She values dishes that emphasize seasonal produce, and weekends often find her at the local farmers’ market with her dog Mila.

Lindsay also enjoys reading, live music, and spending as much time outdoors as possible to hike, camp, or paddleboard.