Lindsey Selba is a responsive and thoughtful team player who maintains a general environmental, litigation, and regulatory practice in addition to a pro bono practice.
Her work at the firm has focused primarily on Clean Air Act (CAA) and Clean Water Act (CWA) citizen suit litigation. In one matter, she successfully represented a client against citizen complaints of regulatory deviations and nuisance. Lindsey collaborated with technical personnel to demonstrate substantial compliance and developed a factual record to support a motion for summary judgment briefing that led to a favorable settlement.
While at Johns Hopkins, Lindsey worked at Beveridge & Diamond, an experience that led her to Maryland’s environmental law program and ultimately, to her current position at the firm.
During law school, Lindsey interned with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General in the Tobacco Control Unit, where she assisted with litigation concerning the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA). She was also a member of the Environmental Law Society.
In addition to her environmental law practice, Lindsey maintains a pro bono practice and is actively involved in the Baltimore community.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lindsey K. Selba