Lindsey Douglas joined the ACLU of Louisiana in January 2020 as an Intake and Investigations Paralegal. As an Intake and Investigations Paralegal, Lindsey’s primary responsibilities are processing incoming complaints and forwarding them to the staff attorneys for consideration and supporting all aspects of the legal department’s work. Lindsey completed her undergraduate studies at Western Washington University, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Drawing and Painting. She currently attends Tulane University, furthering her legal studies. Prior to joining the ACLU, Lindsey has worked as a Clerk at the Whatcom County, Washington Auditor’s Office, a Deputy at Orleans Civil District Court, and as a Paralegal at a local New Orleans plaintiff workers’ compensation firm. From her experience as a civil servant and Paralegal, Lindsey gained extensive records and data base management experience, and nurtured her passion for helping and advocating for others.
A native of Seattle, Washington, Lindsey moved to New Orleans in 2016 for the sunny weather, amazing food, and vibrant culture. Outside of work, Lindsey enjoys reading, art, spending time with her family and animals, and listening to podcasts.