Suffolk University Law School
JD, 2010, summa cum laude
Associate Production Editor, Suffolk University Law Review
Lisa Borelli Flynn participated in the firm’s Summer Associate Program in 2009.
Ms. Flynn graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University Law School, where she served as Associate Production Editor for the Suffolk University Law Review. Following her first year of law school, Ms. Flynn interned with the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office in its Cambridge Superior Court Division, where she drafted motions and assisted with other pre-trial preparation mainly for narcotics cases. Also during law school, Ms. Flynn served as a research assistant for Legal Research and Writing Professor Ann McGonigle Santos.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Flynn was a Graduate Assistant to the Legal Practice Skills Department at Suffolk University Law School, where she was primarily responsible for curriculum development for the first year and advanced legal writing and research courses. She also conducted research and drafting for scholarly articles, as well as assisted professors with in-class instruction.
Before attending law school, Ms. Flynn worked in marketing with a large Boston law firm and was an administrator with one of the city’s premier residential real estate companies.
Major Commercial Litigation: assists in representation of leading corporations and financial institutions in complex commercial litigation.
Real Estate: assists in representation of clients in complex real estate transactions.
- Prepared research memorandum for insurance litigation involving toxic mold claims.
- Reviewed and summarized legislative proposal for restructuring of Massachusetts government authority.
- Researched and drafted memoranda for pro bono asylum case and as part of pro bono project for Anti-Defamation league.
- Prepared motions to dismiss and motions to suppress for drug possession and distribution cases on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to be argued before Cambridge Superior Court.
- Drafted memoranda on procedural and evidentiary issues related to various areas of criminal law, including use of confidential informants and the grand jury process.