Super Lawyers, a subsidiary of Thomson Reuters, chooses leading attorneys in each state through a rigorous selection process, which includes peer evaluations and nominations combined with independent research. Each year, no more than five percent of lawyers in each state receive the Super Lawyers honor, and no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers statewide are recognized as Rising Stars. Attorney Dunne has been nominated seven times by Super Lawyers in the area of consumer bankruptcy.
“It is an honor to be recognized with super powers,” said Stephen Dunne. ”I am proud of the work we do for consumers and pledge to continue fighting the dark forces that represent creditors and corrupt financial institutions.”
As the founder of Dunne Law Offices PC, Stephen M. Dunne is committed to representing clients in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding areas. He focuses his practice on handling consumer bankruptcy cases and has helped over 1,000+ individuals and families go through the Bankruptcy process.
Mr. Dunne earned a Bachelor of Science from The Pennsylvania State University. During his time there, he served as an infantry soldier with the Pennsylvania National Guard and as a cadet with the U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. Mr. Dunne then went on to receive a Juris Doctor from New England Law | Boston in 2005.
For the last decade, Mr. Dunne has been dedicated to helping clients make a fresh financial start. He understands that filing for bankruptcy can be an emotional and complicated process and is known for treating clients with respect. Media sources, including FOX News, The Nation and The Philadelphia Inquirer, have sought Mr. Dunne’s insights on consumer bankruptcy matters. He is admitted to practice before all Pennsylvania state courts, the U.S. District Courts for the Middle and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit.
Active in his community, Mr. Dunne provides pro bono legal services to a number of organizations, helping seniors, the homeless, immigrants and veterans.