Brendan W. Flynn

Brendan W. Flynn

Associate, Commercial Litigation, Employment & Labor Law

Bar Admissions

  • 2016, PA
  • 2022, NJ
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey

Bar Memberships

  • Bucks County


  • B.S., Government, United States Coast Guard Academy, 2006
  • J.D., magna cum laude, Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 2016(Note & Comment Editor, Catholic University Law Review)


Brendan Flynn represents individuals, businesses, and other entities in a broad range of civil litigation practice areas, including employment litigation, business disputes, and litigation related to the flooding of homes and businesses. Mr. Flynn gained extensive trial experience and a reputation for diligence and integrity during his more than five years of service as an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia. He rose through the ranks to the Homicide Unit, where he was responsible for the investigation, charging, and prosecution of vehicular homicides, as well as prosecuting other types of homicides and non-fatal shootings. During his time as a prosecutor, Mr. Flynn handled thousands of cases, tried eleven jury trials and hundreds of non-jury trials, motions, and preliminary hearings, and successfully prosecuted a number of serious and high-profile matters, including a hate crime against a synagogue in Northeast Philadelphia and a challenging attempted murder case in the Olney section of the City.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Flynn served locally in Bucks County as the Military and Veterans Affairs Director on the staff of U.S. Congressman Patrick J. Murphy, the first Iraq war veteran in Congress. In this capacity, Mr. Flynn played a role in finalizing the agreement to establish Washington Crossing VA National Cemetery in Upper Makefield Township.

In his free time, Mr. Flynn enjoys traveling domestically and internationally with his wife, Lara, watching baseball and football (including his Coast Guard Academy Bears football team), reading history, and riding bikes around Yardley with his son Jackson, a first grader in the Pennsbury School District.

Publications and Public Testimony

Comment, The War Powers Consultation Act: Keeping War Out of the Zone of Twilight, 64 CATH. U. L. REV. 1007 (2015), available at

Testimony before the Committee on Public Safety of the Council of the City of Philadelphia on vehicular hit-and-run accidents, February 24, 2021, available at

Charitable, Community, and Civic Involvement

  • U.S. Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association
  • Truman National Security Project Defense Council
  • Brehon Law Society of Philadelphia