Liam Dunn, MA, MS, JD

Instructor of Law
School of Law
Director of Academic Support
School of Law

Liam Dunn is the Director of Academic Support.  He received his JD from Case Western Reserve University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Providence College.  

Professor Dunn previously worked at the law firm of Ulmer & Berne in the firm's business litigation practice group.  His practice included matters on trademark infringement, consumer finance, employment discrimination, and other areas of complex commercial litigation.

In addition to running the Academic Support Program, Professor Dunn also teaches Professional Responsibility, Legal Analysis & Problem Solving, and Entering the Profession--a course designed to hone the fundamental legal analysis and writing skills necessary for success on the bar examination.  Professor Dunn's scholarship focuses on legal ethics and Title IX in the university setting.  He volunteers with ACLU, aiding with legal research and serving as a speaker for the organization's Know Your Rights program. 

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