Rex focuses his practice primarily in the criminal and family arenas. He firmly believes client-centered representation. As such, the client’s needs are the primary driver of the course of litigation. Once the client’s needs and wishes are established, Rex Flynn will zealously work (with integrity) to obtain the desired result, often with innovative solutions.
A graduate of George Mason University’s School of Law, Mr. Flynn served multiple terms in student government, the Black Law Students Association (regional and local), the American Bar Association (the 11th Circuit Lt. Governor of Diversity), the Honor Committee and as an editor for the Journal of Law, Economics and Policy. Rex is also a proud alum of his beloved Hampton University, where he studied psychology, and was involved in the Concert Choir. As an attorney, Rex is a member of several bar associations where he practices, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Arlington County Bar Association.
In his spare time, Rex enjoys cheering for his beloved NY Knicks, his hometown Redskins, and playing with his dog Bam Bam. If you or someone you care about has been accused of a crime or is in need of legal assistance, contact the Flynn Law Firm. We are an African American law firm with 8 years of experience. You deserve to be represented by an attorney that you trust and that will fight for you to the very end. Give us a call today for a free consultation.
Alexandria Bar Association
American Bar Association
Arlington County Bar Association
Fairfax County Bar Association
Maryland State Bar Association
Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Northern Virginia Black Attorney’s Association
Old Dominion Bar Association
Omega Psi Phi, Fraternity, Inc.
Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
2008 George Mason Dean’s Service Award
2007 Rodney Pulliam Memorial Scholarship
2006 Sandy Brown Memorial Scholarship
2005 Nelson Mandela Scholarship
2004 Glenn Lewis Scholarship
2004 Lillian Caldwell Book Award
2004 CLEO Fellowship
Commonwealth of Virginia
District of Columbia