Lynn E. Cunningham lives in Dubois, Wyoming and has practiced law there since 2005. Mr. Cunningham has served as of counsel to the law firm of Terris, Pravlik and Millian, LLP, in Washington, D.C. since 1996. He specializes in anti-poverty and civil rights law. He is a member of the D.C., New York, and Wyoming bars.
Mr. Cunningham has retired as Professor Emeritus of Clinical Law at the George Washington University Law School, where he taught in the clinical program from 1996 to 2005. He was for many years the managing attorney of the Law Reform Unit at the Neighborhood Legal Services Program in Washington, where he specialized in housing issues affecting poor people and impact welfare litigation. He served on the Board of Commissioners of the D.C. Housing Authority from 2000 to 2005. He has published several articles on affordable housing and poverty issues.
Currently he serves as the half-time is the Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Dubois, Wyoming, starting in 2005. He was ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church in 1970.
Mr. Cunningham graduated from Cornell University in 1966, Union Theological Seminary in 1969, and Columbia Law School in 1972.