Dustin Whittenburg is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law (JD, cum laude, ’03) and New York University School of Law (LL.M.-Taxation, ’06). Mr. Whittenburg was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship and appointed an articles editor of the SMU Law Review Association.
After graduating from law school Mr. Whittenburg worked as a litigator at a Dallas, Texas based law firm for two years. He then attended New York University School of Law. After graduation he worked at Cox Smith Matthews, Incorporated where his practice focused on complex tax planning, federal and state tax controversies, counseling non-profit entities, and matters related to executive compensation. He has represented taxpayers during administrative appeals before the Internal Revenue Service and Texas Comptroller as well as in the United States Tax Court and Federal District Courts. Mr. Whittenburg is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, the Federal District Court of the Western District of Texas and the Federal District Court of the Northern District of Texas.