Sean P. Lynch, II



Sean P. Lynch II is a Jacksonville attorney, who joined Jimerson & Cobb in 2018, representing large and small businesses in all of the firm’s core practices areas, with a primary focus on business litigation.  Mr. Lynch joined Jimerson & Cobb after graduating law school at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he finished in the Top 15% of his class and earned recognition in three classes for earning the highest grade in those classes.

Prior to law school, Mr. Lynch worked at Cognate BioServices Inc., where he manufactured immunotherapies for glioblastomas. Mr. Lynch is well versed in Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) as well as Corrective and Active Preventative Action (CAPA) plans, and his background in FDA compliance provides a unique skillset to clients.

During law school, Mr. Lynch clerked for the Honorable Robert L. Childers in the Circuit Court of Tennessee for the 30th Judicial District at Memphis. Mr. Lynch assisted Judge Childers on various civil matters including complex litigation and construction litigation.

Mr. Lynch also coordinated the Heirs Property Project, a pilot project at the University of Florida, which Mr. Lynch, along with one other student and his professor, started from the ground up. Throughout the project, he analyzed the property needs of intestate heirs, proposed preventative and corrective solutions to resolving clouded property titles, and coordinated interested stakeholders.

Mr. Lynch resides in Jacksonville Beach, and his hobbies and interests include fishing, kayaking, and spending time at the beaches.

Bar and Court Admissions

  • Admitted to The Florida Bar in 2018

Education

  • University of Florida, Levin College of Law, J.D.
    • cum laude
  • University of South Florida, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences

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  • “The Impact of Exercise Intensity Variations Within Treadmill Trials of Similar Work on Psychological Response,” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise Vol. 42. No. 28-29. (2010) Sean Lynch et, al.
  • “The Disproportionate Impact of Heirs’ Property in Florida’s Low-Income Communities of Color,” The Florida Bar Journal Vol 29, No. 8, 57 (Sept. 2018). Joan Flocks, Sean P. Lynch II, and Andrea Szabo.

October 2018

Jimerson & Cobb, P.A.’s hiring of Sean Lynch II. Read the full article here.