Judith M. Flynn, founder of the Elder Law Office of Judith M. Flynn in Rockland.
The Massachusetts Bar Association is pleased to announce member
Judith M. Flynn has won the association's iBelong campaign
challenge. The iBelong campaign was established in November 2012
and allows members to share their personal reasons for belonging to
the MBA. As the 2013 iBelong winner, Flynn has
received a free 2013-14 MBA membership.
See Flynn's winning quote below:
"The whole (of the MBA) is greater than
the sum of its parts: there is not really one distinguishing
element of the MBA that makes it the valuable resource that it is,
but the totality of its many resources. The educational programs,
networking, advocacy, publications, member groups, events, etc. The
MBA is a great value, providing far more than the annual cost in
Flynn is the founder of the Elder Law Office of Judith M. Flynn
in Rockland, where she specializes in long-term care planning,
estate planning, assisted living, crisis planning, special needs
planning and conservatorships.
An MBA member since 2003, Flynn joined because of the valuable
resources the MBA has to offer. Recently, Flynn has greatly
benefited from the numerous MBA educational seminars and resources
highlighting changes in the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code and
the Massachusetts Uniform Trust Code.
"The educational programs and networking were most important to
me as a new attorney," Flynn said. "The educational programs are
just as important to me today (as they were when I started out)
since nearly every aspect of my practice area has been affected by
significant changes in the laws over the past few years. The On
Demand programs are a valuable resource to me as a sole
practitioner, allowing me to view programs at my
In addition, Flynn expressed her appreciation for the MBA's
"I have been impressed with the legislative advocacy of the
various MBA sections, and with their leadership on the fight for
adequate funding of our courts. I am just beginning to get more
involved with the legislative efforts," Flynn said.
Flynn is currently the president-elect of the Massachusetts
Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.