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Sean M. Dwyer

Senior Associate

Sean is a Senior Associate at Keating, Bucklin & McCormack, Inc. Prior to joining the firm, he was a legal intern for the Port of Seattle. The Port of Seattle kept Sean aboard as law clerk while he completed his final year at Seattle University School of Law.

During law school, Sean was a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board for three years and served on the Executive Board during his final year. He worked as a research assistant to Professor Sara Rankin and an extern for the King County Housing Justice Project. Sean advanced in SU’s Tausend Appellate Oral Argument Competition and placed as a Regional Appellate Quarter Finalist in the National Moot Court Competition.

Prior to law school, Sean graduated from Boston College where he received Dean’s list honors and was a member of the BC football team. Sean is a co-founder (with his brother) of the non-profit Fine Dine Front Lines, where he serves as a board member and an officer. They have received numerous accolades for their support of Washington hospital workers and the local restaurant community. In his free time, Sean enjoys writing and playing music, cooking, and exploring the outdoors with his fiancé and puppy.

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