Edmund Lynch serves as a senior litigation attorney at the New Jersey law firm of Lynch and Lynch, where he has worked since 1974.
His professional activities are various, ranging from serving as a judge in college and high school mock trials to serving needy defendants as a pro bono attorney.
Lynch received his bachelor's degree from St. Francis College in 1963 and his law degree from Georgetown University in 1968.
Lynch returned to Georgetown in 2005 to moderate a forum on the Irish peace process.He also moderated Syracuse Law School's forum of the same name and has spoken elsewhere on human rights in Northern Ireland.
Lynch is a second-generation Irish-American whose mother's family hailed from Belfast and his father's family from Co. Cork.
He is married and has three children and a granddaughter.
Lynch is active in the Irish community and has received recognition from the Voice of the Innocent Human Rights Project in Belfast and the Peace and Justice Award from Irish Organizations United.
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