Lynnette Herrman graduated from The University of Kansas School of Law in May, 2006 with her Juris Doctor degree, after completing her first year of law school at Tulane Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. After graduating from law school and being licensed to practice law in the State of Kansas, she worked in the private sector for former Attorney General of Kansas and former District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District, Vern Miller. Lynnette became an Assistant District Attorney for the Office of the District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District in May, 2007. She began her work as an Assistant District Attorney in the Traffic Division, prosecuting misdemeanor traffic crimes, traffic infractions and both misdemeanor and felony DUI cases. During her time as a prosecutor, Lynnette spent three years in the Child in Need of Care Division, where she prosecuted civil cases involving the abuse and neglect of children. Lynnette worked as an Assistant District Attorney until late December, 2010, when she resigned to pursue her own practice. Lynnette spent nearly five years as “Of Counsel” with the firm Beall & Mitchell, LLC before moving on to open her own firm at 1020 N. Main, Suite A, Wichita, Kansas. When she is not working with her own clients, Lynnette also serves as a Limited Case Manager in family law cases. Lynnette completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Wichita State University. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a major in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. Lynnette is dedicated to providing compassionate and aggressive legal representation for her clients. Lynnette is dedicated to providing compassionate and aggressive legal representation for her clients. Providing a positive experience for her clients is of the utmost importance to her as she advocates for her clients in various areas of legal representation.