Victoria M. Dunne
Admitted in Arizona and Massachusetts
Suffolk University Law School, J.D., 2012, Dean’s List
University of Massachusetts, B.S., 2008, Nursing, Summa Cum Laude
Named a Super Lawyers, 2019 Southwest Rising Star – designating that she is a top-rated attorney as recognized by peers.
Email Victoria at: firstname.lastname@example.org
From Surgical Nurse to Civil Litigator
Nurses are highly regarded and trusted for good reason. So nursing was an obvious choice when it came time to choose a career. For years I worked in the operating room as a registered nurse, helping patients endure some of the most stressful moments of their lives. These high-pressure situations made one thing abundantly clear: everyone deserves to be treated ethically and with the highest professional standards.
My wish is to bring the same qualities of trustworthiness and ethical standards over as a civil litigation attorney. Becoming a party to litigation, after all, can be just as emotionally taxing as being on the operating table. You have a lot at stake and it’s an uncertain time, but with counsel that looks out for your best interests, I work hard to make a positive change. Ultimately, you can take comfort in knowing that you’re being cared for and your matter is being positioned for an optimal outcome.
A Practice Founded on Diligence, Integrity, and Creativity
Dunne Law PLLC is designed to stand in alliance with the honorable members of the Bar and maintain the three core values on which the firm was founded: Diligence, Integrity, and Creativity.
Diligence – Handling your case, I work until each layer is performed exceptionally. “Good enough” is not acceptable.
Integrity – Legal services are often billed by the hour. Dunne Law PLLC is here to help you and to further your interests, prioritizing a just and efficient resolution to your case. This means fair and honest billing, every time.
Creativity – As an artist at heart, I thrive when helping you see the legal world through a different lens. The law is complex, but when creatively viewed, we can find new ways to demonstrate how it supports your position. Applying research skills, medical knowledge, and litigation experience, I craft unique and tailored arguments to help others see things from your perspective.
“I left an incredibly fulfilling career in nursing for litigation because I wanted to learn to care for people in a different way.”