Lindsay Brubaker represents clients in several areas of law, including education law, civil and commercial litigation, employment law, corporate and business planning, and agriculture law. Her practice covers general litigation and contract disputes, as well as providing counsel to businesses and organizations on a variety of matters, such as entity formation, transactional and tax matters, and employment issues. Having been raised in agri-business on a century farm in the Shenandoah Valley, Ms. Brubaker enjoys advising farmers and related businesses on legal matters.
The diversity of her practice, including her prior service as a trusted, court-appointed Guardian ad litem in representing the interests of children, enables her to provide wide-ranging legal counsel to educational institutions. She works closely with Douglas Guynn in handling regulatory matters, special education law matters and in defending school boards and their senior management teams in claims involving alleged sexual misconduct and boundary violations by teachers or other employees in their relationship with students, building on Mr. Guynn’s work for various school boards and the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA Presentation: Protecting Against Sexual Misconduct).
University of Virginia (B.A., 2005)
Appalachian School of Law (J.D., 2008)
United States District Court, Western District of Virginia
United States District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
United States Tax Court
Virginia Bar Association
American Bar Association
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Bar Association
Virginia School Boards Association, Member
National School Boards Association, Member
Association of Young Professionals