Dr Lindsay joined the School of Law in 2018, previously having graduated from the University of Glasgow with an LL.B (First Class). He obtained a Distinction in the Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford and returned to Glasgow to complete a PhD before being appointed as a Lecturer in Private Law.  He is particularly interested in international private law, the law of obligations, and corporate insolvency.

Prior to taking up his position, he was research assistant to Professor Ewan McKendrick QC on the fifth edition of Goode on Commercial Law and was invited to sit on the Scottish Law Commission’s Advisory Panel for its Discussion Paper on Penalty Clauses. Alongside his teaching and research, he is the Mooting Officer for the School of Law and is a member of the Law Reform and Public Policy group, for which he assists in the organisation of the Justice@Glasgow Seminar Series.