Larry Flynn, an attorney with Pope Flynn, concentrating in public finance, government, and utilities law, has been appointed to the South Carolina Bar’s Memory Hold the Door committee. The committee “honors deceased lawyers and judges who provided distinguished service to the public and the Bar” in part through contributions to law school endowments, as well as an annual ceremony. The 15,000 member South Carolina Bar honored 10 lawyers in 2014 through the committee.
“I’ve always felt that it’s important to hold onto heritage,” says Flynn, “and this committee serves as one way those of us in the legal profession in South Carolina honor the heritage of integrity and skill of those who have gone before us.”
Flynn, who works out of Pope Flynn’s downtown Spartanburg office, serves municipalities and special purpose districts, including water districts and electric cooperatives throughout the Upstate, and other governmental entities; his practice combines public sector law with a general civil practice. Flynn is a certified mediator and arbitrator, a Planning Commission Instructor, and received both his BS and JD degrees from the University of South Carolina.
Flynn also serves as a member of the advisory board of the Palmetto Bank, and is a 30-year member of the Spartanburg Rotary Club.Back to All News