Lynda’s practice consists predominantly of solicitor and advisory work with an emphasis on real property, land use regulation and development, municipal services and environmental issues. Since 2014, she has served on the executive of the Municipal Law Subsection of the BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. She also serves on the board of the Vancouver East Cultural Centre (the “Cultch”) and is a past board member of the Public Dreams Society and MovEnt, a contemporary, Vancouver-based dance organization.
Lynda joined Lidstone and Company as part of its merger with Murdy & McAllister. She began practising at Murdy & McAllister in 2011 after spending five years as in-house legal counsel with the Metro Vancouver Regional District. Before working at Metro Vancouver, Lynda spent several years with the federal Department of Justice where she provided advice on a range of First Nations’ matters to the Specific Claims Branch of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. She began her career articling and working in private practice with large corporate law firms, first in Edmonton and then in Vancouver. Lynda was called to the Bar in Alberta in 1999 and in British Columbia in 2000.