Professor Flynn, a native of Seattle Washington, teaches courses in personal injury law, including Torts, Medical Malpractice and Product Liability as well as courses in Consumer Protection Law and The Uniform Commercial Code. In addition, Professor Flynn helped develop and has taught the Pre-Trial Practice class and teaches classes in Civil Procedure and lawyering skills including Trial Advocacy and Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation. Professor Flynn also created and teaches courses in the Master of Science in Health Law and Master of Science in Education Law online programs offered at the law school. Professor Flynn is a graduate of the Gonzaga University School of Law and is the Chair of the Consumer Protection Board for Broward County and a member of the Broward County Justice Association, The American Justice Association, The Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar and is licensed to practice in both the state and federal courts in Washington State and Florida. Professor Flynn is a Faculty Member and Program Director for NITA, The National Institute for Trial Advocacy, and a frequent presenter at professional conferences and symposiums. Professor Flynn has authored more than forty publications and is co-author of two editions of the book, The Legal Aspects of Public Purchasing.
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