PRINT PAGERobert T. DunlapAssociate
Robert Dunlap joined the Firm's civil division in 2018. His practice areas primarily include business and complex civil litigation.
Prior to attending law school, he worked with the Firm as a paralegal, in the case of a Spanish client charged with money laundering and currency transaction reporting violations arising out of one of the largest seizures of cocaine in Spanish history. He was responsible for reviewing tens of thousands of pages of documents, including Spanish language documents, provided by the Spanish National Police.
Mr. Dunlap previously worked at a prominent Boston law firm where he represented clients in a variety of cases:
- Represented a South African technology services company in international arbitration under ICDR Rules arising out of the purchase of defective products and fraudulent representations, with claims of approximately $12,000,000 in damages.
- Represented an inventor in a trade secrets misappropriation case.
From 2015 to 2016, he served as a federal law clerk to U.S. District Judge James Lawrence King of the Southern District of Florida.While in law school, Mr. Dunlap worked as a law clerk in a firm involved in international arbitration and complex commercial litigation, worked for the Office of the Legal Advisor, U.S. Mission to the European Union in the U.S. Department of State in Brussels, and prior to that held a research assistant position with a professor at the Boston College of Law, and served as a judicial intern to a Massachusetts Superior Court judge.
Awards and Recognition
- Clough Center Public Interest Law Scholar, Boston College of Law, 2014
- Florida, 2015
- Massachusetts, 2017