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J. Dino Vasquez

Dino Vasquez, a partner at Karr Tuttle Campbell in Seattle, WA, was elected president of the firm in November. A commercial litigator licensed in California, Washington, Alaska, and the US Court of International Trade in New York, his work involves local, national, and international commercial disputes and transactions. Professional memberships include the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, the Asian Bar Association of Washington, and the Filipino Lawyers of Washington.


Changing of a Longtime Guard: A commercial litigator, Vasquez is the first new president in 30 years of Karr Tuttle Campbell, a 120-year-old Seattle law firm. What Makes a Good Leader: “The capacity to listen, to make reasoned decisions, and to say no when necessary.” Describe Yourself in One Word: “Sanguine.” Beyond the Practice of Law:Works on hunger relief and childhood development in his community, serves on his local YMCA Board of Directors, and provides pro bono services to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. First Job: Paperboy. Why a Career in Law: “It’s a field of broad interest and knowledge that can affect a significant portion of society.”