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Martin Dungan


Phone: (214) 891-5961
Fax:  (214) 891-5966


Texas A&M University, B.B.A. in Information and Operations Management (Specializing in Management Information Systems)

SMU Dedman School of Law, J.D.

Member of the Order of the Barristers


Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Texas

Robert “Martin” Dungan was born and raised in Dallas, Texas.  He received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University in December, 2012.  While studying at Texas A&M University, Martin was heavily involved in a variety of employment and volunteer opportunities.  He worked as a Resident Advisor and supervised freshman orientation through the Aggie Orientation Leader Program.  He served as President of Texas A&M’s undergraduate moot court and mock trial programs, and interned in offices for two United States Congressmen.  Martin also participated in the Help Other Students To Succeed (HOSTS) program, teaching underprivileged elementary students in the Bryan-College Station community.

After graduating early from Texas A&M, Martin worked at a transmix oil processing facility then as a programmer before attending the SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas.  He continued his heavy extracurricular involvement at SMU, interning in the Chambers of the Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn of the Northern District of Texas and the Honorable Jeffrey C. Manske of the Western District of Texas.  He also served as Vice-Chair of On-Campus Competitions for the Board of Advocates, Executive Director of the Jackson Walker 1L Moot Court Competition, Research Assistant to Professor Victoria Palacios, and a Student Attorney with the SMU Civil Legal Clinic.  

Throughout undergraduate and law school, he competed in moot court, winning numerous accolades including a national brief-writing award, a tournament brief-writing award, two tournament best speaker awards, and two tournament championships.  His service to, and success in, advocacy programs resulted in admission to the Order of the Barristers, a national honor society recognizing achievement in legal education advocacy programs.

Martin is experienced in non-subscriber insurance defense, appellate practice, § 1983 violations, commercial litigation, and estate and probate law.

Martin is a member of the Dallas Bar Association and a coach of the SMU Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Law Moot Court Team.