Andrew Flynn is an associate in the corporate department. He focuses his practice primarily on transactional matters, advising private equity firms, their portfolio companies and other strategic investors in mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and minority investments. Andrew also regularly advises private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies on general corporate governance and transactional tax matters.
Prior to receiving his law license, Andrew worked at a firm advising closely held family businesses on tax and corporate governance matters. During law school, Andrew served as an extern at the East Bay Community Law Center and at the California Court of Appeal, as well as an editor for Ecology Law Quarterly. Prior to law school, Andrew worked for a national environmental nonprofit organization advising state and local governments on public financing.
Andrew is actively involved in the firm’s pro bono program and as a volunteer in his community.
- “Restoring the Conservation Purpose in Conservation Easements: Ensuring Effective and Equitable Land Protection Through Internal Revenue Code Section 170(h),” 40 Stan. Envtl. L. J. 3 (2021)
- “Parcel Taxes are a Problem,” SCOCABlog (2020)
- “Climate Change, Takings, and Armstrong,” 46 Ecology Law Quarterly 671 (2019)
- “California Public Finance and Unfunded Mandates,” 45 Ecology Law Quarterly 439 (2018)
- JD, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2020; Order of the Coif; Jurisprudence Award: Tax Policy and Public Finance; Public Interest and Social Justice Certificate; Ellis J. Harmon Prize in Environmental Writing
- BA (Government), Colby College, 2013
Admissions / Qualifications
- California, 2021