Lynne M. Smith
Lynne is a highly experienced paralegal providing essential and effective
support across our practice, especially in civil litigation matters in
state and federal courts in the areas of employment discrimination and
Prior to joining DeMoura|Smith, Lynne was a para-professional in Boston
University’s Office of General Counsel for eleven years working
on litigation matters and jury trials as well as real estate, licensing,
construction, immigration, and general business matters. Lynne also served
as a Senior Assistant to the Executive Vice President for several years,
providing support across all departments of the nation’s fourth-largest
private university during a time of significant growth and construction,
including a new sports/recreation complex and arena.
Lynne is a United States Tennis Association certified teaching professional
and currently the Coach of the Stonehill College Women's Varsity Tennis
Team. She was a two-time recipient of The Boston Globe Coach of the Year
Award in Women’s Tennis while coaching at Ursuline Academy.
In 2010, Lynne played on a USTA 4.0 Women’s tennis team which won
the USTA National Championship in Tucson, Arizona. She has completed four
marathons in New York City; Washington, DC; and Boston(twice).
Lynne is a graduate of Boston College where she played Field Hockey and
Ice Hockey. She played in the Women’s Ice Hockey Beanpot tournament.
She was inducted into the Barnstable High School Sports Hall of Fame in 2016.