Attorney Lynch was a former Federal Law Clerk and Justice Advocate General in the United States Navy; however, she began her legal career as a staff attorney with the South Carolina Court of Appeals. After clerking as a federal law clerk at the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, she worked as an attorney in the Litigation and Family Law section of the notable firm of Alembik, Fine & Callner, P.C. where she assisted in drafting the case law that would later become the Georgia Domestic Case Finder.
However, it was her experience in working over two decades in the sports and entertainment industry representing independent labels, producers, artists, musicians, actors and athletes, that garnered her an edge in representing notable entertainment and sports figures around the globe, in addition to negotiating major sponsorship deals with Coca-Cola Corporation, Turner, Fox Sports, Falcon Organization, Miller Brewing Company, and others.
Additionally, she holds professional affiliations with the Entertainment & Sports Law Section of the Georgia Bar, 100 Black Women of America, Woman in Business, Woman in Music, Black Entertainment & Sports Law Association, American Bar Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association
Diana Lynch is a 1993 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, a 1990 graduate of the UofSC Honors College earning a degree in Accounting, and in 1990 she joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s Theta Gamma Chapter. She and her husband Jasper live outside of Atlanta, and they spend several months a year developing residential and commercial communities in the Dominican Republic.
Because of her stellar legal career, her passion for service, and her quest for justice, Attorney Lynch has served as the Chairman of the Fulton County Work Force (WIA) and Youth Council; is a current appointed member of the Fulton County Family Law Division Task Force; and in 2005 she founded Literacy-to-Legacy, a nonprofit organization committed to assisting homeless women and children, veterans, youth aging out of foster care, and helping ex-offenders to attain self-sufficiency and live their best life through providing permanent supportive housing, mentoring, education, training, and entrepreneurship to allow them to leave a legacy for future generations.