In the Profession
Justin is a commercial litigation attorney at Carlson Dash. Before joining us, Justin worked at a litigation boutique and proved to be an effective litigator representing companies in general liability matters, such as breach of contract, construction defect, construction negligence, property damage, personal injury, as well as workers’ compensation claims.
In the Community
Justin likes to spend his time away from the office supporting his favorite Chicago sports teams (Go Cubs!), staying active throughout the city and enjoying the company of his friends and family. He is also involved with the Wisconsin charity, Just Live, whose mission is raising mental health awareness and providing assistance for suicide prevention.
Get to Know Justin
Besides being with your family, what do you do when you are not busy being a lawyer?
Since time with my large Irish and Italian family usually involves food, and work involves a lot of sitting at a desk, I love to stay as active as possible. Whether it’s taking our dogs for a walk, going for a run or lifting weights, staying active is a big part of my life.
Is there a charitable cause you feel passionate about? If yes, what is the charity and why?
My family is very involved with a charity called Just Live in Wisconsin. Its mission is mental health awareness and suicide prevention, causes that are very near and dear to us. Our goal is to help create an environment where mental illness is understood and treated just like any other illness, and that people suffering from it can readily receive the assistance that they need.
What is the best book you have read in the past two years?
Ready Player One. The movie is good, but the book is fantastic.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., 2012 (Certificate in Health Law, Certificate in Tax Law)
New York University, B.A., 2008 (Individualized Study of the Business of Sports Medicine)
Admitted: Justin is admitted to practice in Illinois.