Flinn is an associate at Zimmerman Reed, working in the firm’s Los Angeles office. He dedicates his practice to protecting consumers and workers in complex litigation, including cases involving consumer fraud and misclassified employees. Flinn has demonstrated his commitment to ensuring access to justice, especially for the most vulnerable members of our communities. He serves on both the Consumer Protection team and Employment Rights & Overtime team working on cases involving JUUL false advertising, high-interest consumer lending, and misclassified gig economy drivers.
Prior to joining the firm, Flinn worked at a non-profit as a UC President’s Public Interest Fellow. He assisted victims of PACE (property assessed clean energy) financing scams, ensuring that his clients stayed in their homes. He also worked on matters at the intersection of poverty and elder law, including debt collection, real estate, elder abuse, and access to estate funds. During law school, Flinn served as a law clerk for the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, working in the domestic violence clinic and the eviction defense center.
Flinn is a graduate of the UCLA School of Law. He earned his B.A. from the University of Exeter (South West England, UK), during which he studied abroad at Iowa State University. Flinn is licensed to practice before and is a member in good standing of the Bar of the State of California.
- California State Bar Association
- J.D., UCLA School of Law
- B.A., Good Honors, University of Exeter, UK