Lynott Law provides a full array of legal services regarding ethics, risk management, and regulatory compliance.


Whether you are –

  • Seeking admission to the bar

  • Opening your own practice 

  • Wrestling with a conflicts issue

  • Having a problem with a client

  • Responding to a bar complaint

  • Planning to wind down your practice 


Lynott Law offers experienced, thoughtful, practical advice and representation. Services include ethics advice, conflict analysis, waiver letters, malpractice insurance coverage notices, and representation during agency investigations and in formal licensure proceedings (including trial and appeal, if necessary).

Ethics Advice & Risk Management

Lynott Law can help you every step of the way.

For the new firm, establishing systems and protocols that enable you to cultivate conflict-free client relationships, maintain excellent client communications, monitor work to be performed, and handle client funds and billing.

Providing day-to-day ethics advice in areas such as conflicts of interest, protecting client information and communications, trust account management, and lawyer advertising.

Guiding a strategy in responding to client dissatisfaction.

Discipline Defense

From your receipt of a first Client Assistance Office letter, Lynott Law is ready to help you prepare a thorough, measured response. 


Where a matter is referred to the Disciplinary Counsel’s Office, Lynott Law will assure your rights are protected and your voice is heard, providing  an unparalleled perspective grounded in more than 18 years’ experience in lawyer discipline – including investigation, negotiation, litigation, and trial advocacy.



Protect the investment you’ve made in your future through your law school education by getting the guidance you need in navigating the bar admissions process.  Lynott Law will help you focus on key issues in finding a path to bar membership.



When you find yourself facing formal reinstatement, take the guess work out of knowing what to do by enlisting Lynott Law to ensure that every box is checked in establishing your eligibility and readiness.

“Provide qualified guidance to licensed professionals in need of ethics advice or assistance in regulatory investigations and formal proceedings."