Lindsey Beaty started her college education at the University of Houston, where she received her Bachelor of Science in psychology and political science in 2006. Lindsey dedicated her free time during her undergraduate studies to helping underprivileged inner-city youth through the Harris County Child Protective Services.
Lindsey became passionate about helping inner-city youth and began to work on behalf of at-risk children immediately after graduating. For eight years, Lindsey advocated tirelessly for juveniles as a Probation Officer for Harris County Juvenile Probation Department. Her empathy, humility, and hard work lead her to receive a promotion to the Intensive Supervision Unit. However, Lindsey was still eager to accomplish more for others and decided to return to school in 2014 in pursuit of a law degree from South Texas College of Law.
As a law student, Lindsey worked full-time for a variety of law firms. These jobs helped her become knowledgeable in areas such as mass tort, property, and personal injury cases. In her final year of law school, Lindsey joined Arnold & Itkin on the Risperdal team. In this role she fought for young men who were left deformed by harmful drugs.
After being admitted to the Texas Bar in February 2018, Lindsey joined Arnold & Itkin as an attorney. Lindsey’s passion continues to motivate her into fighting for people who are treated unfairly—regardless of their personal background, education or economic status.
During her free time, Lindsey enjoys making music in her studio and visiting the beach with her family.