Lindsay Bailey is an art and entertainment lawyer, working with a range of creative professionals across various sectors, from music, film/TV and tech to fashion and the
Lindsay has served on the board of the B.C. Arts Council since 2015. She also serves on the Advisory Board of the Technical Apparel Program at The Wilson Design School at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver, where she is often a guest lecturer on business and
IP law for fashion, apparel and design students. With an interest on building IP portfolios
for her clients and structuring related deals, Lindsay is a member of the International Trademark Association and has served on its leadership committees. Lindsay has also served on the board of Femmarte, a private art investment club with a mandate to support the careers of women artists in Canada today, and Cineworks, the Vancouver-based independent filmmakers’ organization. Lindsay Bailey
She lectures frequently on areas of critical impact to the cultural sectors she serves, such as key music industry agreements, band branding, business and
IP law for the design sectors, copyright and trademark law, and digital and social media literacy. Lindsay is
an avid art collector with a focus on emerging and
mid-career Canadian artists, indigenous Canadian artists, and female Abstract Expressionist painters.
Lindsay holds her Juris Doctorate from Dalhousie University where she was the Co-Editor in Chief of the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, a student editor for the Canadian Journal of Law & Technology, and the founder of the Student Association of Law & Technology and its inaugural conference.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of British Columbia.