Effective May 1, 2017, Lynn has taken a judicial position and is no longer accepting clients.

Lynn Kelly has practiced law in North Texas since 1989 and has represented clients in more than 130 jury trials. After beginning her career as a prosecutor in Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, she handled and eventually supervised litigation matters for the North Texas division of a major insurance carrier. In addition to several years of private law firm experience, Lynn was in-house counsel with a Fort Worth-based Fortune 500 corporate legal department.

A native Texan, Lynn is a graduate of Abilene Christian University and of Pepperdine University School of Law. She was selected by her peers ten times to the annual “Top Attorneys” list in Fort Worth, Texas magazine and selected in 2014 as a “Power Attorney” by Fort Worth Business Press and has been rated 10.0 “Superb” on Avvo by clients.

From 2011 to April 2017 Lynn’s private practice focused on:

  • Legal Advice & Counsel to Businesses

    Give practical legal advice to all sizes of businesses regarding conflict resolution, litigation, employment issues and general legal matters

  • Employment Law for Employers

    Advice and counsel on personnel matters, drafting/reviewing of policies, managing employer-employee disputes, terminations, contracts, pay issues, reviewing and negotiating contracts, representation in EEOC, TWC administrative hearings and overtime pay matters

  • Employment Law for Employees

    Review, advice and counsel on employment agreements; severance agreements; non-compete agreements; repayment of training agreements

  • Civil Litigation

    Represent clients diligently in all phases of lawsuits in all levels of Texas state courts

  • Civil Litigation

    Represent clients diligently in all phases of lawsuits in all levels of Texas state courts

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Represent clients in arbitration and mediation

  • Guardian Ad Litem in Personal Injury Litigation

    Appointment by judge to advise court on settlement for minor or incapacitated parties in personal injury litigation settlements and probate court proceedings

  • Civil Service and Non-Civil Service Employment Hearings

    Representation of parties in employment disciplinary or termination hearings and appeals

  • Representation of Patients in Civil Mental Health Commitment Cases


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