Cynthia Hackler Flynn, Esq.
Ms. Flynn believes her attorneys and staff should come from a wide range of legal backgrounds and experience. She provides a workplace that is team-oriented and works together to bring the best results to her clients.
At Hackler Flynn & Associates, Cynthia Flynn examines each of her client’s objectives and determines how best to reach their goal. Ms. Flynn is dedicated to her clients and believes in being available and supporting them to meet their needs and build strong long term client relationships. It may seem old fashioned these days, but Ms. Flynn believes that clients should have their phone calls returned on the same day, whether it is from her, one of her team of attorneys or by the support staff. For Ms. Flynn, peace of mind in the legal field is a crucial intangible that Hackler Flynn & Associates provide their clients.
The City of Los Angeles awarded Ms. Flynn the contract for collecting judgements under a new nuisance abatement program aimed at reducing drug and gang crimes within the City. Ms. Flynn works closely with the office of the City Attorney to achieve these goals.
Cynthia Flynn has also recently taken the reins of the mentor/mentee program with the Orange County chapter of the National Association of Business Women (NAWBO-OC). She believes the program provides aspiring businesswomen with extensive and essential knowledge from their mentors, not just in business but in their personal lives as well. For some businesswomen, the NAWBO-OC mentor/mentee program is an invaluable tool for challenges faced by female business owners in male dominated industries.
Prior to starting her own practice, she worked for Wilson Harvey Browndorf and BP Law Group where she practiced commercial litigation and creditor’s rights law. Ms. Flynn graduated from University of California, Irvine, where she was a double major in Criminology, Law and Society and Psychology and Social Behavior. In 2010 she earned her Juris Doctorate Degree from Western State University, College of Law.
Before attending law school, Ms. Flynn worked in the legal profession for almost a decade. She has extensive experience on the defense side of litigation, as she worked for a construction defect firm where she assisted in handling hundreds of subcontractor cases. In addition, Ms. Flynn has worked in real estate and has held an agent’s license since 2007.
While in law school, Ms. Flynn was involved in several organizations including Legal Clinic, the Business Law Association and was President of the Federalist Society. She is active in Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) seminars and presentations and is a skilled interviewer and trained listener. Ms. Flynn is also a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Irvine Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the Beverly Hills Bar Association.
Ms. Flynn is also actively involved in community service and has raised thousands of dollars for Leukemia and Lymphoma by running the Long Beach Marathon. Ms. Flynn worked at the Orange County Courthouse to provide free procedural assistance to people who do not have attorneys and are representing themselves. Currently, she works with the Los Angeles Public Legal Counsel – providing legal aid to indigent members of the community.