Lindsay Board practices criminal and constitutional law at Daniel Brown Law. She regularly appears at all levels of court in Ontario and at the Supreme Court of Canada. Her practice focuses on complex, serious charges with significant reputational consequences for her clients. Before joining the team at Daniel Brown Law, she practiced civil, regulatory, and criminal law at Stockwoods LLP and clerked for the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Lindsay recently appeared before the Supreme Court as co-counsel in the cases R. v. J.J. and R. v. A.S. involving a challenge to the constitutionality of Bill C-51, which amended various rules of evidence for sexual offences in the Criminal Code. Lindsay regularly teaches criminal law topics to lawyers as part of their continuing legal education. Most recently, she presented to Ontario Court of Justice judges for the National Judicial Institute in the fall of 2021. She also provides regular commentary to media outlets on cases of public importance. Lindsay obtained her JD at Western University and graduated with distinction. Before attending law school, Lindsay completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University and graduated with distinction.