Lyndsey qualified as a registered nurse in 2005, spending 11 years working in the NHS specialising in Cardiology becoming a Cardiac Specialist Nurse. After completing her Masters of Science in Advanced Clinical Practice, Lyndsey moved into the pharmaceutical industry, spending 7 years working for global pharmaceutical companies, both in commercial roles and within the medical area of the business. Lyndsey’s role saw her travel globally, establishing clinics, educating and supporting clinicians in the treatment of iron deficient anaemia across all therapeutic areas.
After having a successful nursing career, Lyndsey’s desire to continue to learn led her to pursue a career in law. Alongside her full-time work in the pharmaceutical industry, Lyndsey studied for her law degree, achieving a first class honours degree. Lyndsey went on to study for the Bar at the University of Leeds, achieving an overall grade of Very Competent.
Lyndsey’s ambition to become a Barrister came to her later in life, which resulted in her juggling her academic studies whilst working full-time with 4 young children.