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Zach Dunn is an associate within the Consumer Financial Services Compliance & Litigation practice group at Smith Debnam. He focuses his practice on assisting clients with pre-suit negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, litigation, and appellate advocacy in matters involving consumer financial services litigation and compliance, bankruptcy and commercial litigation.
Before joining Smith Debnam, Zach served as law clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Linda M. McGee and Honorable Judge John M. Tyson of the North Carolina Court of Appeals where he participated in drafting court opinions on a range of legal issues. A big believer in looking at the big picture in order to protect his clients from secondary issues that may be lurking in the background, Zach is methodical in his approach – applying a sensible, logical order to problem-solving that clients appreciate.
Zach graduated, cum laude, from Appalachian State University with a degree in Criminal Justice. He earned his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law where he was active in the trial and appellate advocacy programs, including Wake Forest’s Appellate Advocacy Clinic.
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