Samuel G. Lynn joined Arendsen Cane Molnar LLP as an associate in June 2017, bringing with him ten years of personal injury experience. Prior to joining the firm, he worked as a litigator at Ashcraft & Gerel in Rockville, Maryland. Known to be aggressive, articulate, and always up for a challenge, Mr. Lynn made it his mission to protect the rights of his clients and had an enviable track record. He was recognized more than once by Metro Verdicts Monthly for large jury verdicts, and even caught the attention of Super Lawyers, who named him a 2012 Rising Star on their “Top 100 Maryland Lawyers” list. Mr. Lynn continues to be a tough, detail-oriented and smart litigator as an associate of Arendsen Cane Molnar LLP.
Mr. Lynn attended the University of Maryland on a full scholarship, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2003, and the Columbus School of Law in Washington for his Juris Doctorate in 2007.
In addition to his considerable legal accomplishments, Mr. Lynn’s more precocious achievements extend to the field of biology. When just 17 years old, Mr. Lynn cloned and sequenced a previously undiscovered virus while working with the USDA. Then, at age 19, while studying at the University of Maryland, he was handpicked to participate in a three-week research project in Australia, where he studied the Great Barrier Reef.
Mr. Lynn is a father and fan of the outdoors. When not in the office, he enjoys traveling, hiking, camping and whitewater rafting. Mr. Lynn also spent much of his childhood in Germany, and speaks the language fluently as a result.