Lindsay Contreras focuses her practice in Business Litigation, having independently handled litigation matters and with substantial experience drafting legal memorandums, responses to discovery, demand letters, pleadings, dispositive motions, and more. Lindsay has represented international clients, local and national businesses, and individuals as both plaintiffs and defendants. She has participated in inspection appearances, hearings, depositions, mediations, trial preparation, and ensuing trials. Prior to and during law school, Lindsay worked for many years in civil litigation.
Additionally, Lindsay handles commercial real estate matters including leasing, land acquisitions, and has further experience in corporate document preparation.
Former Intern for Harris County District Attorney’s Office (2018)
Intern for United States Magistrate Judge Frances Stacy of the Southern District of Texas (2018)
University of Houston Law Center, J.D., 2019
Order of the Barristers
ABA Mediation Competition Regional Champion (2019)
St. John’s Triathlon Negotiations Champion (2018)
Assistant Compliance Editor for the Houston Business & Tax Law Journal (2018-2019)
Achieved highest grade in Legal Research & Writing
Drew University, B.A., Political Science
LPM Institute, Fundamental Skills of Legal Project Management, Certificate, June 2021
May 18, 2021 | Publications
In a potentially significant ruling for the offshore oil and gas industry, the United States Court o...
May 3, 2021 | Press Releases
Office also adds three associates Frost Brown Todd (FBT) welcomes Member Darren Skyles and Associate...