Dunn Carney was founded in the 1930’s and has grown into one of the top 10 law firms in Oregon with a strong regional footprint. We also serve clients across the United States and the world through our own resources and our membership in Meritas, a worldwide network of peer- and client-reviewed firms selected on the basis of excellence. Dunn Carney has a diverse and vibrant practice with attorneys recognized as leaders in real estate, commercial litigation, insurance, environmental, agriculture and natural resources, corporate law, intellectual property, employment and white collar crime. Our attorneys and staff are also known in the community for their work as board members and volunteers for charities and non-profits.
Oregon State Bar honors Dunn Carney partner with public service award
Dunn Carney Attorney Joshua Stadtler Receives the 2015 Michael D. Haglund Pro Bono Award
United Way Awards Dunn Carney
Dunn Carney Attorney Adina Matasaru Wins Campaign for Equal Justice Award
Dunn Carney Attorney Elizabeth E. Howard Receives Oregon State University College of Agricultural Sciences Alumni Luminary Award
Thomas H. Tongue receives Judge Learned Hand Lifetime Achievement Award
Diversity is one of Dunn Carney's core values. We are committed to fostering diversity, whether in terms of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, family or marital status, or disability. We respect, understand and appreciate the individual differences among us. And we recognize that those differences bring varied perspectives, backgrounds, experiences, talents and interests that will greatly enhance our ability to carry out Dunn Carney's core mission of representing the interests of businesses and individuals. Accordingly, we are committed to growing diversity within the firm and our leadership. We have also signed the Multnomah Bar Association (MBA) Statement of Diversity Principles.
Second year law students are paid $1,750 per week. First year law students are paid $1,350 per week.