Linden K. Nash
Linden (“Lindy”) is the Senior Bequest Attorney in the Bequest Management practice at Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick. Her practice focuses on representing national charities and non-profit organizations in fulfilling the wishes of their charitable donors while maximizing gifts and minimizing any administrative burden. She oversees the day-to-day operations of the practice and ensures that each client’s matured bequests are handled efficiently while fulfilling the duty of good stewardship. Lindy first joined CCK in 2016 as a Litigation Associate. She litigated on behalf of disabled veterans before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and before the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Lindy graduated from Connecticut College in 2011 earning a B.A. in both Psychology and Sociology. She then attended Suffolk University Law School and received her J.D. in 2015. While at Suffolk, Lindy served as the Chief Competition Director of the Moot Court Honor Board and was a staff member of the Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy. While a member of the Journal, Lindy published a case comment focusing on the challenges that gay and lesbian parents face if the relationship with their partner deteriorates. She specifically highlighted Hunter v. Rose, a landmark case in Massachusetts. Her case comment can be found at 19 Suffolk J. Trial & App.Adv. 445 (2014). While in law school, Lindy completed internships with the Honorable Haiganush R. Bedrosian (Ret.); the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office; as well as a summer with a small civil litigation firm in Boston. Prior to joining CCK, Lindy served as a judicial law clerk in the Rhode Island Supreme Court Law Clerk Department where she assisted numerous judges with research, dispositive motions, and bench decisions.
Lindy is passionate about charity work. She currently helps animals and families in need by serving on the Board of the Providence Animal Rescue League (“PARL”) as the Interim Vice President. She also enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
- State of Rhode Island
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
March 8, 2018
November 4, 2018