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Lynn's efficient communication and detail-oriented nature are an asset to clients on complex deals.

Lynn brings excellent language abilities to corporate work. Before attending law school, Lynn worked as both an English as a Second Language teacher and translator within a large, urban school district and helped a philanthropic venture clarify data for investors in her spare time. Lynn knows there is always a way to make sophisticated and technical ideas comprehensible, and she enjoys working with clients through the diligence process. Furthermore, her understanding of the client experience after completing two in-house internships helps her anticipate and meet client needs.

Lynn regularly assists clients with commercial contracts, corporate governance and restructuring, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions.



  • Missouri Bar Pro Bono Wall of Fame, 2021


  • J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law
    • cum laude
    • Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy, Candidacy Process Manager and Editor
    • Law Women
    • Student Council for Diversity and Inclusion, Chair
  • M.S., Johns Hopkins University
    • Education
  • B.A., Saint Louis University
    • cum laude
    • Spanish and International Studies, English minor
    • Study abroad in Madrid, Spain, and Quito, Ecuador


  • Missouri
  • Illinois
  • New York

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • The Missouri Bar


  • Hon. Charles M. Walker, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Tennessee


  • Spanish, fluent
2023 Pro Bono Achiever
Case Studies
Missouri Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church

Our team helped reinvigorate the oldest United Methodist church in Kansas City through a unique transfer of assets.

Outside the Office

Lynn enjoys traveling, with favorite destinations of Morocco, Ecuador, Switzerland and Italy. At home, her Newfoundland puppy is a constant companion.

Community Leadership

Lynn collaborates to build a community of young philanthropists.

Since 2016, Lynn has volunteered for a nonprofit named Slingshot, which mobilizes young philanthropists as investors to eradicate poverty in their communities. The organization was founded by businesspeople who set out to build a cutting-edge and innovative algorithm to measure the impact of different philanthropic investments. Lynn advises the venture on community engagement and program metrics to measure nonprofit partners’ success, conducts market research to help analysts monetize nonprofit outcomes and compares the return on investment (ROI) of each nonprofit.

Prior to her involvement with Slingshot, Lynn taught English as a Second Language (ESL) at the K-2 level through Teach for America in Memphis.