Lindsay Lowe is an associate at Wolfe | Pincavage. Lindsay’s practice focuses on a range of healthcare transactional, regulatory and managed care matters.
Prior to joining Wolfe | Pincavage, Lindsay worked with various healthcare organizations. She has demonstrated experience in healthcare licensure, healthcare fraud, waste and abuse, and healthcare compliance matters.
Lindsay received a Juris Doctor with a concentration in Health Law from the University of Maryland School of Law. She was a Student Attorney for the Drug Policy and Public Health Strategies Clinic, and an Articles Editor for the Journal of Health Care Law and Policy. During law school, Lindsay served as a law clerk for the Health Occupations, Litigation and Prosecution Division at the Maryland Office of Attorney General. She was also a legal research assistant at the UM Center for Health and Homeland Security. Prior to law school, Lindsay received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Lindsay enjoys spending her time outdoors, swimming, and fishing. She also enjoys serving her community and is a volunteer at the Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative.
Does the ADA Allow Disability Policies to Treat Substance Use and Physical Health Conditions Differently? (Benefits Law Journal, 2016)
Colby v. Union Sec. Ins. Co.: Defining the Risk of Relapse into Substance Abuse as a Current Disability (Journal of Health Care Law & Policy, 2014)
Health Care Reform: Frequently Asked Questions (University of Maryland Carey School of Law Drug Policy and Public Health Strategies Clinic, 2014)