I strive to foster trust with clients, and I work relentlessly to see that claims and concerns are resolved favorably.
Flynn P. BurkeSenior Associate / Washington Appeals
Flynn Burke is a litigation associate, representing Washington-based clients in all aspects of workers’ compensation matters.
Before joining Reinisch Wilson PC in 2020, Flynn served as an appellate litigator in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. From simple theft to homicide cases, he defended the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania against rule-based, statutory, and constitutional challenges to criminal convictions. He also advised office leadership on policy and other sensitive matters. He regularly presented oral argument before one of two statewide intermediate appellate courts, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, and defended two cases before the state’s highest court, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
As a student at Georgetown University Law Center, Flynn was elected Senior Notes Editor on the American Criminal Law Review, and worked as a legal clerk in the Homicide Section of the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia and the Federal Tort Claims Act Section of the United States Department of Justice.
- “Does Your Telecommuting Policy Increase Your Risk of Workers’ Compensation Liability?” Washington State Bar News, December 2021/January 2022
- “Avoid improper mental health disclosures, avoid penalties in Washington,” August 27, 2021
In his free time, Flynn can be found on the (disc-golf) links, plotting a backpacking trip, sizing up trees to hang a hammock, or trekking on his bike.