Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew

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As the New Year approaches, Dinse is preparing for a very important milestone - its centennial anniversary.

In 1917, Warren R. Austin opened a law practice in Burlington, Vermont, marking the origin of the firm. Over the course of a century, Dinse is presently one of the largest law firms in Vermont and upstate New York. Our experienced team of attorneys has the knowledge and resources to handle the most complex cases and transactions for national, regional, and local clients. These clients include colleges and universities, financial institutions, corporations, and non-profit organizations, as well as individuals.

Our practice is driven by our clients' needs and we take pride in our responsiveness to client expectations and continuously solicit client input to improve our service. In addition to providing our clients with the highest level of service, we are pride ourselves on being prominent members within our community.

At Dinse we understand the importance of maintaining a work/life balance. We support our attorneys' desire to engage in civic and philanthropic activities, and many of us serve on the boards of community and charitable organizations. In addition, the firm provides community service hours to employees, which many have used to assist with volunteer efforts such as, the clean-up efforts post hurricane Irene; building a home for a family in need with Habitat for Humanity; and preparing and sharing dinners with residents of the Dismas House of Vermont.

In addition to volunteering our time within the community, our firm organizes and runs an annual campaign in support of the United Way of Northwest Vermont, for which we've been presented with several award, including the Campaign of the Year award.

With the firm's centennial on the horizon, we are busily preparing for a community service campaign that will have the entire firm involved in volunteer efforts throughout the community. We are excited for what 2017 will bring, and look forward to another century of serving Vermont and beyond.

Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew


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