LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL, J.D. 2003
KALAMAZOO COLLEGE, B.A. 1996
I fight for workers because I believe that the denial of wages and fair pay is one of the largest threats that people face. Too many employers try to cheat workers out of their wages in order to benefit those at the top. This harms workers, their families, and our communities, and as a result employees work longer hours to meet their basic needs, incur debt to pay their bills, suffer health problems, and spend less time with their families and friends. It’s my goal at the end of the day to recover wages and to help make workers’ lives better.
Mr. Dunn joined the firm as an associate in 2007. Before joining the firm, he had his own practice and practiced as an associate with Multnomah Defenders, Inc. in Portland, Oregon and served as Assistant Public Defender with Ulster County, New York. He serves as Chair of the Ulster County Periodic Compensation Review Committee and is the Vice-Chair of the City of Kingston’s Complete Streets Advisory Council. He also served on the Town of Lloyd’s Environmental Conservation Committee and on the New York State Bar Association’s Special Committee on Animals and the Law. While in law school, he was articles editor for the Animal Law Review and had a Judicial Internship with the Honorable Dennis Hubel, Magistrate Judge for the United State District Court for the District of Oregon.
State Courts: New York and Oregon. Federal Court: United States District Court for the Eastern, Northern, and Southern Districts of New York.