Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP is pleased to announce the addition of two attorneys to its expanding Long Beach office. Julianne Avery and Duncan Dohmen join the litigation and energy and natural resources teams.
“We are delighted to have Julie and Duncan join the firm in our Long Beach office,” said Kieran Curley, managing partner of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn. “With the addition of these skilled lawyers, our firm continues to grow in order to better serve clients in the southern California region.”
About Julianne M. Avery
Avery focuses her practice on litigation and issues related to energy and natural resources. She has represented clients in CEQA, construction and eminent domain litigation and advised school districts on environmental and real estate matters. Before joining Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Avery practiced at a southern California law firm and worked with public entities in the areas of environmental regulation, construction and real estate. Avery graduated cum laude from Colgate University with a degree in geology before earning her law degree at Pepperdine University, where she was a member of the Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary. During law school, Avery served as an extern to Judge Amy D. Hogue at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, and as a full-time honors law clerk with the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C., where she worked for the Mobile Source Enforcement Branch of the Air Enforcement Division.
About Duncan H. Dohmen
Dohmen’s practice focuses on litigation matters related to energy and natural resources, employment, construction defects and insurance disputes. Dohmen graduated summa cum laude from Webster University before earning his law degree at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. While attending law school, Dohmen served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Neil W. Bason at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California. He also served as a technical editor on the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review and as a student volunteer in Loyola’s Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic, where he helped pro se debtors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition filings. Before law school, Dohmen lived in Japan for four years, both as a university student and as an English language instructor, and he is fluent in Japanese.