SMU Classroom Named After Dallas Trial Attorney Rogge Dunn

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DALLAS, TX – SMU is recognizing Dallas trial attorney Rogge Dunn’s long-term support and contributions to the university with the naming of the Rogge, Cathy and Ross Dunn Classroom in the James M. Collins Executive Education Center.

Mr. Dunn has taught for more than 20 years as an adjunct professor in the Executive MBA program at the SMU Cox School of Business, where he is also a graduate. In addition to his commitment to the MBA program, Mr. Dunn has supported the university with contributions throughout the years.

Mr. Dunn and his law firm, the Rogge Dunn Group, often support civic and charitable activities in the Dallas area, including Habitat for Humanity and the Perot Museum, where a Tyrannosaurus rex model from the Jurassic Park movie that he donated is on permanent display.

Board certified in Civil Trial and Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Mr. Dunn has achieved notable honors in his legal career, including recognition in Best Lawyers in America 2021 listing and D CEO magazine’s 2021 Dallas 500 list, which highlights influential business leaders in North Texas.

The firm also received recognition from the National Law Journal and The National Trial Lawyers as 2020 Elite Trial Lawyers Law Firm of the Year for work on gender discrimination cases.

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