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Matthew R. Flynn is an associate attorney at Savo, Schalk, Gillespie, O’Grodnick & Fisher and joined the firm in 2020. Mr. Flynn primarily works on the firm’s complex civil litigation as well as on land use matters with local municipalities.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Flynn was a clerk for The Honorable Patrick DeAlmeida, J.A.D. in the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, where he excelled at legal research and writing in a variety of subjects. While clerking for the Appellate Division, he would prepare legal memorandums to the panel of judges assigned to an appeal, dissecting the parties’ legal arguments and providing a recommendation on how the court should rule. Mr. Flynn also interned with Savo Schalk prior to his hiring as an associate attorney and has years of experience as a legal assistant for boutique firms in New Jersey.
Mr. Flynn graduated in the top ten of his class, cum laude, and as part of the order of the coif from Rutgers Law School in Camden, New Jersey in 2019. He was awarded the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Medal of Excellence after receiving the class’s high mark on an examination and received the Blaustein Award for superior legal scholarship.
While at Rutgers, he garnered valuable trial experience as part of the school’s Domestic Violence clinical practice program and was a staff writer for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, which culminated in a published note entitled Polygamy in the Modern Constitutional Scheme about the intersection of criminal law and First Amendment freedoms. Prior to law school, Mr. Flynn received his B.A. in Political Science from The College of New Jersey and was part of the Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society.
When not practicing law, Mr. Flynn is an avid runner, movie-goer, and tends to his analytical love of the NBA and its salary cap structure.