Molly O'Flynn is a lifelong resident of St. Tammany Parish, having grown up in Slidell, Louisiana. She went to Louisiana State University where she earned a bachelor of science degree. In 2012, Molly attended LSU Law School. During her time there, she externed at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, where she focused on divorce, child custody, and other family law matters. Furthermore, Molly was a research assistant to Professor Kevin Bennardo. She was acknowledged for her assistance in 'Rethinking Victim Based Statutory Sentencing Enhancements,' which was published in 2016. She received CALI awards for the highest grades in advanced legal research and international research.
After law school, Molly worked as a law clerk for two judges in East Feliciana Parish and West Felician Parish enabling her to become familiar with both civil and criminal law. In 2016, she became an assistant district attorney in the 20th Judicial District Court where she handled misdemeanors, felonies, and appeals. From August 2018-May 2021, Molly served as the president of the Feliciana Bar Association. In 2020 she opened her own law firm where she took on divorces and drafted wills. Afterward, she decided to pursue a career focusing mostly on domestic cases. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.
- Admitted in 2015, Louisiana
Law School Attended
Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Class of 2015 J.D./C.L.
- Louisiana State University, Class of 2012, B.S.
Associations & Memberships
- Louisiana State Bar Association 2015 - Present
- President, Feliciana Bar Association 2018-2021