Lindsay Rosas works on the YM&C School Development, Facilities, Labor & Employment, and Litigation Teams. Lindsay comes from a long family history of educators and legal advocates.
Before pursuing a career in law, Lindsay spent two years working in elementary school education, beginning as an after-school tutor and eventually as a program administrator for an after-school tutoring company that serviced three elementary schools.
Lindsay graduated cum laude from Southwestern Law School, where she served in various leadership roles, including as a Board Member for the Southwestern Moot Court Honors Program and Communications Chair, Secretary, and Evening Chair of the Southwestern Public Interest Law Committee. Lindsay’s excellent performance in law school was recognized by Bluebook awards for editing on the Southwestern Law Review, CALI and Witkin Awards for academic achievement, and Dean’s List awards. She also achieved semi-finalist and octa-finalist status in two national moot court competitions; one focused on constitutional law and the other on labor and employment law. In addition to her academic achievement, Lindsay worked as a law clerk in both civil and criminal litigation during law school. She was also a judicial extern for the Chief District Judge of the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Before joining Young, Minney & Corr, LLP, Lindsay worked as an associate attorney at the nation’s most extensive pro bono legal services, Public Counsel. Her practice areas focused on employment law and Title IX representation.
Outside of YM&C, Lindsay is a devoted mother to two young children and an avid reader of mystery novels.