Dustin began working at his father’s law firm when he was 15. Competitive by nature, he was always intrigued by the process of trial. So, when Dustin graduated with his bachelor’s degree and could no longer satisfy his competitive spirit through college baseball, he attended to law school and the courtroom eventually became his outlet.
However, Dustin enjoys much more than just the competitive aspect of trial. Although he still gets a thrill from the courtroom, he also tremendously enjoys advocating for those who would otherwise be at a disadvantage in court. He and his father, Mike, have formed partnerships with many local farmers and defended them against larger organizations. They’re not afraid to go up against larger firms and government agencies to help those in need, and because of his educational background, Dustin is particularly adept at resolving complex business litigation cases.
My family tried to convince me not to become an attorney. They said it was a stressful profession, but I couldn’t see myself doing anything else.