Lindsay Bailey (@LindsayABailey) is an international human rights lawyer who practices at the intersection of human rights and corporate accountability. Lindsay has supervised projects focused on climate justice, corporate accountability, and Indigenous rights at the Georgetown Environmental Law and Justice Clinic, including working with CIEL, Earthrights, and the Bay Mills Indian Community on advocacy around Line 5. Lindsay is on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Lawyers for International Human Rights (CLAIHR). Lindsay was previously a Legal Fellow at EarthRights International and the Center for Justice and Accountability and a student litigator in the Harvard International Human Rights Clinic, where she litigated cases against corporations and governments, including claims for human rights abuses against the former Presidents of Bolivia and Sri Lanka, a class action against a banana company for funding Colombian paramilitaries, a tort case against the IFC for financing a toxic power plant, and TVPA cases arising out of Sri Lanka, Colombia, Liberia, and Haiti. Lindsay holds a JD cum laude from Harvard Law School and is admitted to practice law in New York and Washington, D.C. She is also on LinkedIn.