Lynn Coyne

Lynn has a passion for institutes of higher education, so it’s no surprise that he spent a large portion of his career serving his alma mater, Indiana University, as Assistant Vice President for Real Estate and Associate Counsel. Before joining the university, Lynn held a private practice where he was able to exercise his other passion for real estate law, along with development, business transactions and real estate planning. Lynn managed all of the real estate assets of Indiana University throughout the state during his time there and served as its real estate attorney as well as counsel in various other transactions. After retiring, he joined Bunger & Robertson to serve as Of Counsel to the firm.

Lynn is honored to have been bestowed with a number of awards throughout his career, including the President’s Medal for Distinguished Service from Indiana University, the Distinguished Service Award from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce.

Lynn is devoted to the Bloomington community, and has served it both personally and professionally for many years. He reflects the values of Bunger & Robertson in his work and has served as a director of the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, member of the board of Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital, past chair of the Bloomington Economic Development Corporation, past president of the Monroe County School Corporation Board of Trustees and past chair of the Metropolitan Planning Organization, along with leadership roles in many other community organizations. He continues to act on his love of education, and serves as an adjunct lecturer at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.


    • Indiana State Bar Association
    • American Bar Association
    • National Association of College and University Attorneys
    • Higher Education Real Estate Lawyers


    • Indiana University, B.A., 1970
    • Indiana University School of Law, J.D., 1972

Bar Admissions

    • Indiana, 1972
    • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana