After graduating from the Ghana School of Law, Accra in 2001, Mrs. Orleans-Lindsay became a Ford Foundation Scholar at Harvard Law School to pursue her Master of Laws. She was the Primary Editor of the Human Rights Law Journal and a participant in a number of Law Clinics.
Upon graduation from Harvard Law School she worked with the prestigious international law firm, White & Case LLP in down town New York, USA and was involved in major multinational, multi-million dollar mergers and acquisitions. She briefly returned to Ghana and worked in a Corporate Law firm in Accra, Fugar and Company.
Subsequently, she worked as the Managing Consultant of Lex Mater in Virginia. Back in Ghana, she was the Legal Team Manager at the ShawbellConsulting Limited. She is currently the head of the Legal Department and Board Secretary for a state agency. Her expertise is in immigration, trade and investment law, with a vast international experience.
Education: She attended the Faculty of Law, University of Ghana, Legon-Accra; LL.B(Hons) (1999); Ghana School of Law, Accra, PLC (2001); Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts LL.M (2002).