University of Richmond School of Law, J.D. 2012
Washington & Lee University, B.A., 2009
Magna Cum Laude
U.S. District Court
— Eastern District of Virginia
— Western District of Virginia
— Western District of Michigan
U.S. Court of Appeals
— Fourth Circuit
Lindsey A. Strachan is a Senior Associate in IslerDare P.C.’s Richmond, Virginia office.
Lindsey’s practice focuses on representing employers in state and federal court and advising clients on a variety of labor and employment matters including those arising under Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, FLSA and state wage and hour laws. Lindsey also has experience in complex litigation and class action litigation matters.
Prior to joining Isler Dare in 2019, Lindsey practiced with Jackson Lewis in the Richmond, Virginia office. Lindsey graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law in 2012 where she served as the Executive Editor for the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology, as a member of the Moot Court Board, and as a Teaching Assistant.
Lindsey is a Richmond native and is an active member of the Richmond community.
Professional and Community Involvement
Federal Bar Association
Virginia Bar Association, Labor Relations and Employment Section
Richmond Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section, Executive Committee Member
National Home Delivery Association, Women’s Council Member
Pro Bono and Community Involvement
Greater Richmond Stop Child Abuse Now (“SCAN”), Board of Young Professionals, Vice Chair
Washington and Lee University, Alumni Board of Directors
Children’s Home Society of Virginia, Junior Board Member (2016-2019)
Washington and Lee University, Richmond Alumni Chapter, President (2015-2017)
Arbitration agreements and class waivers after Epic Systems: A practice guide for employers, Richmond Times-Dispatch (October 7, 2018) [Author]
FLSA ‘Manager Rule’ Doesn’t Apply to Title VII Cases, SHRM Online (September 24, 2015) [Co-Author]
Attorney Blogs in the Wake of Hunter v. Virginia State Bar, Virginia State Bar Litigation Section Newsletter (Summer 2014) [Co-Author]
Congratulations, You’re a Lawyer! So, Now What . . . ?, Docket Call (Fall 2013) [Co-Author]
Re-Mapping Privacy Law: How the Google Maps Scandal Requires Tort Law Reform, Richmond Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. XVII Is. 14 (Summer 2011) [Author]