Lindsay N. Hjorth
Lindsay Hjorth was born and raised in Indian Head, Saskatchewan. She completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Regina with a major in Political Science in 2015. She was accepted to the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law in the fall of 2015 where she obtained her Juris Doctor.
During her time at the College of Law, Lindsay volunteered with the Pro Bono Students Canada with the Elizabeth Fry Society. Lindsay also volunteered annually at the College of Law’s annual variety show, Legal Follies, which raises money for charity.
In 2015 Lindsay was elected as the first year representative with the ALSA. In 2016 Lindsay was elected as the Canadian Bar Association representative with ALSA. In addition, Lindsay also sat as a Student Representative on the Canadian Bar Association Editorial Board. She participated in the editorial meetings and authored multiple articles for CBA Bar Notes.
Lindsay was a part of the first spring/summer clinical law semester at Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City Inc. (CLASSIC). After completing her clinical semester, she continued to volunteer with CLASSIC for the remainder of her time at the College of Law.
In her third year at the College of Law, Lindsay was awarded the 2018 Aboriginal Achievement Award for her leadership at the College, her on-going volunteer work, and research.
Lindsay was fortunate to complete law school a semester early and begin her articles in January 2018. In September 2018 Lindsay joined Willows Wellsch Orr & Brundige LLP to complete her articles under the mentorship of Hal B. Wellsch. She completed her articles and was called to the bar on January 3, 2019, and continues her practice at Willows Wellsch Orr & Brundige LLP as an associate.
In her time away from the office she enjoys cooking, yoga and spending time with her family.