A. Emma Flynn is a civil trial advocate handling catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases as well as business litigation cases. To Emma, the practice of law is about compassion, passion, creativity, and determination. Emma believes strongly in remaining personally available to her clients.
Emma is a native of Israel. After moving to South Florida in high school, Emma attended high school at Dr. Michael M. Krop, obtained her bachelor’s degree from University of Miami in Florida where she graduated cum lauda, and her law degree from Notre Dame Law School where she was a Clive Schmitthoff Scholarship Recipient. After interning at the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office in New York Emma clerked for Indianapolis firm Cohen and Malad and devoted the majority of her time to a large toxic exposure case impacting United States troops overseas. After law school Emma became a shareholder and Chief Legal Officer (CLO) of a Tennessee-based firm before finally transitioning to a full-time trial lawyer. Helping injured clients and their families through the biggest challenge they’ve encountered is nothing short of a calling for Emma.
HONORS AND ACTIVITIES
• Continuing Legal Education speaker and lecturer on a variety of topics in including transactional letters of intent, proper corporate management, arbitration clauses litigation.
• National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40.
• Volunteer at ENDdd, an organization dedicated to end distracted driving.
• Member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ).
• Member of Florida Justice Association.
• Member of Inns of Court, an invitation only legal society.
• Served as Board Member in Chattanooga’s Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Division.
• Served as a Judge on Chattanooga’s Startup Week Startup Competition.
• Native Hebrew speaker
LICENSES AND ADMISSIONS
• Licensed and admitted by Tennessee Supreme Court to practice law in the State of Tennessee
• Licensed and admitted to Federal Court in Eastern and Middle District of Tennessee