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Lindsay Lyster

Lindsay M. Lyster is a union lawyer at Moore Edgar Lyster. She joined the firm after serving as a member of the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal between 2002 and 2010, where she adjudicated and mediated human rights disputes in the workplace and beyond. Immediately prior to that, she served as the Policy Director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association. Before that, Lindsay practised labour, employment, and public law with a major national law firm for seven years, appearing before all levels of court and tribunals.

Lindsay has a particular interest in administrative and constitutional law, having appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada in leading human rights and Charter cases. She has taught Administrative Law, Federalism, Charter Litigation, and Human Rights in the Workplace at the University of British Columbia Law School. Lindsay graduated from UBC Law School in 1991 as the gold medallist, following which she clerked for Madam Justice McLachlin at the Supreme Court of Canada, before being called to the Bar in 1993. Lindsay is President of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association.

  
Tel: (604) 689-4457
E-mail: lindsaylyster@unionlawyers.com