About Blog Author Terry Dunst

More than you want to know about Terry Dunst.

I am the author of this website.  Below is some biographical information about me.  If you wish to reach me, my email address is tdunst@bakkenorman.com and my phone number is (715) 684-4545.  Or, you can visit our website: www.bakkenorman.com.

Terry Dunst is an attorney with the law firm of Bakke Norman, S.C.serving northwestern Wisconsin.  Terry’s practice includes a focus on municipal law, and Terry is the regular attorney for several cities, villages and towns in North Western Wisconsin.  Bakke Norman, S.C., has a team of municipal lawyers and offers a full range of legal services to municipalities and individuals.

 Terry came to the practice of law after two successful careers.  After graduating from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, he taught high school English for a number of years. He then went to work for the software division of ICOM, which merged with Rockwell International.  His work took him around the world, including a three year assignment in England as manager of the UK office.  After fifteen years in the software business with Rockwell and once his children were grown, Terry enrolled in the University of St. Thomas School of Law, graduating cum laude with a Juris Doctor.  During law school, he worked for the City of St. Paul City Attorney’s civil litigation team, and also worked as a law clerk for Bakke Norman, S.C.  Terry is a member of Bakke Norman’s transactional team and focuses on municipal law, real estate, estate planning, and probate. 

Terry has presented seminars on zoning for municipal officials, and has presented CLE’s for the Wisconsin Bar Association on the topics such as using the internet for legal research, metadata, e-discovery, and technology and ethics.  He has also given a seminar for defense lawyers on using Facebook, and is the author of the technology chapter of the Law Practice Toolkit published by Wilmic.   You can obtain a copy of the Law Practice Toolkit from wilmic.com.   He has also served as the Chair of the Technology Track for the Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm Conference in 2008, 2009 and 2010; and in 2011 Terry was the overall Chair of the Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm Conference.  Terry is also an adjunct instructor at Concordia University of Wisconsin where he teaches Administrative Law.

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