Lindsay Dubin developed the courage early on to push back against other people's expectations. Join us for Episode 21 and hear from Lindsay about her experience as an environmental law litigator, what made her say "No Thanks" to OCI, and her essential tips for students interested in public interest careers. We also talk about some fascinating environmental protection cases, including the story behind a current case involving horseshoe crabs (and their blue blood!) and red knots (a type of bird). Don't miss our conversation with Lindsay Dubin!
Lindsay Dubin is a Staff Attorney at Defenders of Wildlife in Washington, D.C. Prior to her job in D.C., she worked at the Environmental Law & Policy Center in Chicago, IL. She is a 2007 graduate of Cornell University and a 2014 graduate of Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law.
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