Siana Bellwoar is proud to welcome Associate Attorney, Carolyn Naylor Flynn to the Firm! To learn more about this outstanding new member of our team, read Mrs. Flynn’s bio and introduction below.
Carolyn Naylor Flynn is a native of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and the History, and Sociology of Science. In 2005, Mrs. Flynn obtained her Juris Doctor from Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, where she earned Oral Advocacy and Distinguished Class Performance Honors and was Executive Editor of the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review. While in law school, Ms. Flynn was a certified legal intern with the Chester County District Attorney’s Office. She was thereafter hired by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office where she worked for 8 years in various units including the Charging and Homicide Units. Most recently, Mrs. Flynn has worked as a litigation associate at a Connecticut law firm concentrating on employment law. She focuses her practice at Siana Bellwoar in employment and civil rights law.
Where are you originally from?
I grew up in Newtown Square, PA (Delaware County).
What inspired you to pursue a career in law?
I pursued a career in law to help people. I enjoy analyzing problems and advising others.
What law school course or professional experience have been the most valuable to you?
The Trial Advocacy Program at Temple University provided me with hands on litigation experience, which best prepared for practicing after law school. As an Assistant District Attorney, I learned how to build and present a case from beginning to end. This experience was invaluable for teaching me how to appropriately and efficiently analyze a factual scenario based on the law.
What practice areas interest you the most?
Employment law and civil rights law.
What do you enjoy doing outside of the office?
Spending time with my family, walking my dog, running.