Grainne Lynn comes from a long family legacy of litigators and judges and brings to her clients years of experience as a prosecutor in Philadelphia and a reputation as a formidable adversary in the courtroom. Having advocated for some of the most vulnerable individuals in Philadelphia, she does not shy away from challenging cases and hard work.
Grainne was born and raised in Philadelphia. She is a graduate of The Episcopal Academy and The Catholic University of America, where she obtained her undergraduate degree in Spanish Literature. After college, she returned to Philadelphia where she graduated from Drexel University Law School. At Drexel, Grainne was heavily involved in the school’s immigration clinic where she helped hundreds of individuals navigate complex citizenship and naturalization issues pro bono. She was also on the Moot Court board, as well as the Student Bar Association.
Out of law school, after clerking for a year in post-conviction relief, Grainne worked as an Assistant District Attorney at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. While there, she handled thousands of cases including a litany of bench and jury trials to verdict. Her diverse range of subject matter included everything from robbery and felony gun possession to more specialized subjects such as rape and domestic violence. From each case she investigated, prepared, and tried, Grainne honed her skills as a litigator and her ability to connect with the people she was fighting for.
Since joining the Beasley Firm, Grainne has been involved in various types of litigation including libel, Title IX, medical malpractice, birth injury, wrongful death and catastrophic injury. She is excited for the opportunity to continue zealously advocating for others.
Outside of the office, you can find her cheering on the Phillies and Eagles. Grainne is an executive board member of the Brehon Lawyer Society. She has previously been a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association where she also served on the executive board.
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