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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Eagle Scout||Boy Scouts of America||1996|
|President||Movement Media & Management, LLC||2012 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Seattle University School of Law||2012 - Present|
|Partner||Dickson Law Group, PS||2010 - Present|
|Associate||Dickson Steinacker, PS||2007 - 2010|
|Law Clerk||Washington DC Superior Court||2005 - 2006|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Bar Association||Member||2012 - Present|
|Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association||Bar News Editorial Contributor||2010 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||Attorney Member||2007 - Present|
|Federalist Society chapter||N/A||N/A|
|Wm Dickson Co. v. Misenar Construction||Prevailed at trial|
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|Lexis Nexis Publishing||LexisNexis Practice Guide: Washington Real Estate Litigation (2016 Updates)||2016|
|Lexis Nexis Publishing||Lexis Nexis Practice Guide: Washington Real Estate Litigation (2015 Updates)||2015|
|Lexis Nexis Publishing||Lexis Nexis Practice Guide: Chapter 11. Partition Actions||2015|
|Lexis Nexis Publishing||Lexis Nexis Practice Guide: Washington Real Estate Litigation (Editorial Consultant)||2014|
|Lexis Nexis Publishing||Lexis Nexis Practice Guide: Washington Real Estate Litigation - Chapter 7. Adverse Possession, Trespass, and Nuisance Litigation||2014|
|Lexis Nexis Publishing||Lexis Nexis Practice Guide: Washington Real Estate Litigation - Chapter 8. Easements Litigation||2014|
|RE Magazine||What's on the horizon for short sales?||2013|
|Washington Lawyer's Practice Manual||Chapter 23 Land Use/Zoning, Part II: Zoning (Updates)||2013|
|Washington Lawyer's Practice Manual||Chapter 14 Real Property Practice, Sec. IX: Foreclosure and Realization (Updates/Revisions)||2013|
|Tacoma-Pierce County Bar News||Is law school still worth it?||2012|
|Minnesota Star Tribune||Minnesota Nice||2012|
|Washington Lawyer's Practice Manual||Chapter 23 Land Use/Zoning, Part II: Zoning (Revisions)||2012|
|The News Tribune||Keeping tabs on voting process an exhilarating experience||2012|
|Washington Real Estate Law Blog||General Article Submissions/Management||2011|
|Washington Lawyer's Practice Manual||Chapter 14 Real Property Practice, Sec. IX: Foreclosure and Realization||2011|
|George Washington University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2007|
|Brigham Young University||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2003|
|Washington Association of Realtors: Foreclosure Fairness Act - Video Forum||Foreclosure Fairness Act (Short Sales)||2012|
|Washington Association of Realtors Conference||Attorney's Forum on Government Affairs||2011|
|South Sound Escrow Association||An Attorney's Perspective on Closing Short Sales||2011|
Posted by anonymous
Bad experience with this law firm--I echo the same sentiment from Yelp, they are unprofessional considering the $$$ they charge. During preliminary consultation, they were unable to provide the cost of my consultation and suggested verbatim, "if I care about the fee that much, we are not a good fit." Excuse me? Do you think I will blindly hand over you the retainer fee without asking simple questions? If the lawyer is unable to answer basic questions, it is a red flag.
Posted by Brett
I have been a client of the Dickson Law Group for some years, and can say they have been professional, prompt, and confident in the things I had to deal with was required legal assistance. I found their understanding of real estate matters, across the board, to be thorough. I felt their attorneys were also considerably knowledgeable in real estate and business matters.
I particularly apply the efforts of Robert Dickson for my cases, and Tom Dickson for the policies in that firm as they guided me well in the matters I had to take care of. I can say they were prompt as well when I needed contact with them. I would recommend this firm to anybody.
Posted by anonymous
I would recommend Rob to anyone. My family had a tricky real estate issue involving a commercial rental property. The people we rented it to stopped paying rent and were basically abusing the property. We discussed our options with Rob regarding how to get them out of the property (without spending an arm and a leg) and he came up with a strategy to entice them to vacate the premises without having to go to court. He not only saved us the headache of having to tangle with the tenants in court, but the cost involved in an eviction as well. One more thing: he was very responsive to our emails and phone calls. That may not seem like much to the average person, but it means a ton to me and my family. Going through this type of an experience is awful (we aren't professional landlords) so it helps to have someone on our side who's an ally and who'll actually return phone calls/email in a timely manner.
Hopefully we never have to deal with a situation like this in the future. However, if we do, we know exactly who to call for help.
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