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About Frances Lynch

Frances Lynch is a trial attorney and graduate of the nationally known Trial Lawyers College.  In the course of her career, she has had numerous jury trials, and has successfully represented people in many communities and courtrooms throughout Arizona.  She has devoted her career to protecting the rights of people and to educating non-lawyers about the judicial system.

Frances Lynch and her law partner, Bill Bache, founded Bache & Lynch in 2002, after working together an another Arizona law firm.  Frances is a strong believer in taking the time to educate clients about their legal rights. She has taught Media Law at the University of Arizona Journalism College, is the author of the book Draw The Line: Guide to A Sexual Harassment Free Workplace, (Oasis Press 1995), is a contributing author to World of Criminal Justice (2001), Encyclopedia of Everyday Law (2002), Notable Black American Women (2002), and West’s Encyclopedia of American Law (2004), all published by The Gale Group.  She has written for The Advocate, magazine of the Arizona Association for Justice. (2017 – present) Frances has spoken and taught Continuing Legal Education at the local and state level for Arizona Association of Justice.  She has always been an early adopter of technology and incorporates it successfully into her practice on a daily basis. Frances’ practice is devoted to serious personal injury and wrongful death cases

Leadership Positions

  • State Delegate for American Association for Justice
  • Board of Directors for Arizona Association for Justice