Lindsay K. Cloud, JD, is the director of the Policy Surveillance Program at the Center for Public Health Law Research (CPHLR) at Temple University Beasley School of Law. Her work focuses on the intersection of law and public health. She has overseen the creation of large-scale public health law research projects using legal epidemiology to scientifically analyze and track state, local and international policies across various public health law domains. In addition to managing the creation of CPHLR projects, Lindsay trains government agencies, policymakers, researchers and other external organizations on the tools and transdisciplinary methods used in public health law research with an aim towards applying law as an intervention to influence better health, well-being and equity.
Lindsay is a PhD student in Temple University’s Health Policy program and is licensed to practice law in PA and NJ. Her areas of interest include firearms regulation, intimate partner violence, reproductive health, mental health and substance use disorder.