Lynn graduated from UNLV with a B.A. in Political Science. While in college, she was chosen by the Political Science Department to be an intern for the U.S. Senator Howard Cannon and she spent one semester working in his Washington D.C. office. While attending law school, she was rehired by Senator Cannon to be a caseworker, in his Las Vegas Office, during the summer.
After graduating from California Western School of Law she was hired as a Law Clerk for the Nevada Supreme Court and worked for Chief Justice Cameron Batjer. Thereafter, she was employed as a Felony Prosecutor for the Clark County District Attorney where she acquired trial experience, winning two first-degree murder trials during her first two years in the office.
In 2000 the State Bar of Nevada named her “Attorney of the Year” for her Pro Bono work. For almost a decade she was the President of the Pro Bono Project for the State Bar of Nevada.
Lynn has served as a Nevada Supreme Court mediator. She ran her own practice for several years, doing mostly family law and criminal defense. Lynn loves to travel, has been all over Europe, China and Mexico. She’s been to the Academy Awards; has been to two presidential Inaugurations; and she has attended several Profiles in Courage Award dinners at the John F. Kennedy Library. Lynn has two children named Cameron and Jacqueline.