Lynn Krupnik has been representing community associations and condominium associations since 1997. She has represented associations of all sizes, from six-unit condominium complexes to 9500 unit master-planned communities. Such representation includes both residential and commercial complexes. She conducts numerous seminars on association issues every year, and has spoken at the National Seminar for Community Associations Institute (“CAI”). Ms. Krupnik also has written multiple articles on the subject, including publication in the national magazine for CAI. She is also a columnist for the quarterly publication of “The Community Resource.” Ms. Krupnik is a member of the CAI College of Community Association Lawyers (“CCAL”). Ms. Krupnik is licensed to practice law in Arizona and New Mexico.
Ms. Krupnik served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Central Arizona Chapter of the Community Associations Institute for six years, and as an editor for its magazine, “The Community Resource.” She has taught as an adjunct professor on legal issues, and has been involved in drafting and reviewing proposed legislation for community associations in Arizona and New Mexico.
Lynn Krupnik graduated first in her class from Arizona State University College of Law (now known as Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law), where she was named the ASU Alumni Association Outstanding Graduate. Ms. Krupnik also received the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award (for exceptional trial advocacy skills in Law School Clinic), John J. Ross Award (for outstanding performance in Business Association courses), CALI Excellence for the Future Award (for excellent achievement in Law School Clinic), and Order of the Coif. While at ASU, Ms. Krupnik served as a managing editor for the Arizona State Law Journal, and as a writing instructor for first year law students. After graduation, Ms. Krupnik clerked for Justice James Moeller of the Arizona Supreme Court.