Lindsey Wareham is an associate and registered Canadian trademark agent in Cox & Palmer’s St. John’s office, practicing corporate and commercial law with emphasis on technology and intellectual property (IP) matters. Lindsey is also pursuing a part-time Master of Laws (LLM), specializing in innovation, communication and technology law at the London School of Economics.

Dedicated to ensuring her clients make informed decisions, she provides clarity about a variety of corporate and commercial matters and assists clients in protecting and commercializing their IP assets through registrations (copyright and trademark), strategies, policies and agreements (license, assignment, non-disclosure and collaboration agreements).

Lindsey provides guidance to clients entangled in IP disputes and protects her clients’ brands across a broad range of industries, including hospitality, retail, food, alcohol, and technology, manufacturing and social enterprise. Lindsey also manages international IP portfolios, including coordinating foreign associates for international IP registrations.

Lindsey guides clients through the legal process with steady focus and a problem-solving approach to deliver results for both new and established for-profit and not-for-profit entities. This includes the work she does for start-ups and entrepreneurs who benefit from her unwavering client service and personal commitment to their emerging business requirements.

A graduate of Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law (JD 2016), Lindsey completed her articles with Cox & Palmer and was called to the Newfoundland and Labrador Bar in February, 2017. Prior to practicing law, Lindsey was practicing the piano and received a Bachelor of Music, specializing in classical piano performance, at Memorial University School of Music (B.M.s, Honours 2012). Lindsey serves on the board of directors of the Resource Centre for the Arts (LSPU Hall) and Music NL.


Bar Admission

  • Newfoundland and Labrador (2017)

Law School

  • Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law


  • London School of Economics, Department of Law (LLM, expected 2024)
  • Registered Canadian Trademark Agent (2020)
  • Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law (JD 2016)
  • Memorial University (B.Mus., Honours 2012)

Professional Activities & Affiliations

  • Member, Intellectual Property Institute of Canada
  • Committee Member, Canadian Technology Law Association (Can-Tech), Women in Technology

Community & Volunteer Activities

  • Board of Directors, Resource Centre for the Arts (2017 – present)
  • Board of Directors, MusicNL (2021 – present)

Law Society Memberships

  • Law Society of Newfoundland & Labrador
  • Canadian Bar Association


  • English
  • French