Lindsey Selinger, a member of Armstrong Teasdale’s Litigation practice group, has become a member of the Marketing and Development Committee of Prison Performing Arts. The organization involves incarcerated youth and adults in the performing arts to inspire intellectual curiosity and personal development.
Selinger’s legal practice focuses on business and commercial cases including those involving security clearance and employment matters. She earned her J.D. from Saint Louis University School of Law, International Human Rights Law and Finance Certificates from the London School of Economics, and B.A. from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Prison Performing Arts serves incarcerated adults and children at St. Louis City Juvenile Detention Center, Hogan Street Regional Youth Center, Northeastern Correctional Center in Bowling Green, Mo. and Women's Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center in Vandalia, Mo. It nurtures the discipline, teamwork and communication skills necessary for successful re-entry into society and offers continuing programs for participants who have been released.