Posts Tagged ‘Susan Dunn’

A convoluted (legal) career path

November 18th marked the 23rd anniversary of my opening my solo practice. Over the past decade I’ve had the opportunity to formally and informally mentor a number of newly licensed attorneys. Every such attorney has been justifiably nervous about their decision to pursue a legal career and their ability to turn a law degree into […]

United States Supreme Court accepts certiorari on South Carolina child support enforcement case

Yesterday the United States Supreme Court accepted certiorari on the South Carolina case of Price v. Turner,  387 S.C. 142, 691 S.E.2d 470 (2010).  The question Mr. Turner asked the Supreme Court to address was “Whether the Supreme Court of South Carolina erred in holding – in conflict with twenty-two federal courts of appeals and […]

Winning too big

Very early in my career I handled my first contested custody case which resulted in my client, a young medical student, obtaining custody of his children.  A few years later, representing that same client, I tried my first custody modification case, defending a claim brought by his now ex-wife.  Since this was my first custody […]

Mentoring newly licensed attorneys

In December 2008, the South Carolina Supreme Court reestablished a second pilot mentoring program, in which all qualifying lawyers admitted to the Bar between March 1, 2009, and January 1, 2011 are required to have a mentor.  Since I attribute much of my professional success to the numerous informal mentors early in my career [kudos to The Honorable […]


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