Affiliate Leader Spotlight: Courtenay Dunn

Modrich-Alvarado, Mary D.
May 2013
Affiliate;May/Jun2013, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p7
The article profiles Philadelphia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division member Courtenay Dunn. It states that Dunn, born in Montoursville, Pennsylvania, received her undergraduate degree in political science from West Chester University of Pennsylvania and attended Villanova University School of Law in Villanova. It also elaborates on her work experiences, and involvement with the American Bar Association (ABA).


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