Brian graduated from Suffolk University Law School in May of 2012.   He was a Suffolk Media Law member from 2010-2012 and served as its President from 2011-2012.  Prior to law school his professional background included working in the Boston radio market for more than 10 years, including producing news and talk programs, coordinating live remote broadcasts, and producing client commercials.

In addition to media law, Brian is also interested in E-Business Law and Public Interest Law.  He worked as a research assistant for various legal research projects including a study of Social Media Terms of Service Agreements and an update to the textbook Internet Law in a Nutshell.  While in school he also interned with Justice at Work, served as a Pro Bono law clerk at the Legal Advocacy and Resource Center, and volunteered at the Volunteer Lawyers Project’s Attorney for a Day Program .  He received a BA in Communication from Stonehill College.

Email Brian at balynch@suffolk.edu.

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