Lynn's practice routinely focuses on issues of complex intellectual property litigation in patent, trade secret, copyright and trademark law. Lynn advocates on behalf of clients in a variety of matters involving such complex technologies as telecommunications, food science, online gaming, and GPS products and systems, among many others. Her experience ranges from drafting pleadings and motion practice to managing all aspects of fact and expert discovery, including deposition practice.

Lynn is committed to pro bono work, regularly representing juveniles in Family Court. She also finds great reward in working on behalf of foster families in Missouri.

Before attending law school, Lynn worked as an investment banker for a large regional bank negotiating municipal bond issues for state and local governments. During this time, Lynn earned her Series 7 and 63 securities licenses.

During law school, Lynn served as editor-in-chief of the UMKC Law Review, staff member for The Urban Lawyer and intern for The Hon. Gregory David Kays of the U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri. She also received the Fred L. and Emma E. Wiese Scholarship and worked as an academic adviser to first-year law students. She participated in the American Bar Association Negotiation Competition and was on the board of governors for her law school's student bar association.

Publications

Lynn C. Herndon, Help You, Help Me: Why Law Students Need Peer Teaching, 78 UMKC L. Rev. 809 (2010).

Lynn C. Herndon, Case Note, Huff v. Dekalb County, The Urban Lawyer, Winter 2009.