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About Kevin J. Lynch

Professor Lynch writes in the area of civil procedure and access to justice. His other areas of expertise include environmental law and administrative law. His current research examines the appropriate circumstances under which a federal judge should stay discovery in a case in which a motion to dismiss has been filed.
Professor Lynch teaches in the Environmental Law Clinic at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. The clinic provides student attorneys the opportunity to represent clients, primarily neighborhood associations or environmental groups, in federal court litigation and federal and state administrative proceedings. He graduated with high honors from Rice University, where he studied biology, before attending New York University School of Law, where he graduated with high honors in 2007. After earning his law degree, Professor Lynch began his career working for Environmental Defense Fund in Boulder, Colorado.


Present Assistant Professor of Law, University of Denver

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

Civil Procedure, Discovery, Environmental Law, and Administrative Law

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  • Environmental Law Clinic

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