Legal Fellow Lindsey Floyd joined the First Amendment Clinic in August 2021.
Floyd graduated from the University of Colorado Law School in May 2021. During law school, she completed an internship with the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado, where she worked on two class-action lawsuits related to protestors’ speech rights and COVID-19 protections for incarcerated individuals. She also worked as a fellow at the Byron White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law, where she focused on campus and community-wide programming initiatives. Floyd was a student attorney at Colorado Law’s Civil Practice Clinic, with an emphasis on representing low-income individuals in employment and housing litigation, and worked at Baker Simpson Law, as a case assistant for criminal defense matters.
Floyd’s focus lies in the intersection of critical race theory and constitutional rights. Floyd earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science with minors in Criminal Justice and Social Work from Arizona State University in 2018. She is a member of the Colorado bar.