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Riley Tunnell is a litigator focusing on professional liability matters.  His clients range from business professionals, lawyers, insurance agents, and board members of non-profit organizations to property owners associations.  He has experience with both homeowners and condominium owners association litigation.  Riley has prior experience in bankruptcy and consumer law.

While in law school, he was a student attorney in the Center of Legal and Social Justice’s Immigration and Human Rights Clinic where he represented individuals seeking asylum and release from immigration detention centers.  From this experience, he learned the seriousness of judicial outcomes and the requisite empathy needed to effectively represent his clients.

When Riley is not in the office, he enjoys the outdoors and art museums.

Representative Experience

Obtained a take-nothing verdict on all claims brought against a homeowners association.

Obtained a nonsuit after filing a motion to dismiss all claims brought against a townhome owners association and its board members.

Obtained a dismissal of all claims brought against a townhome owners association and a property management company.

Obtained a nonsuit after filing a motion for summary judgment on all claims brought against a mortgagee related a foreclosure.

Obtained a nonsuit after filing a motion to dismiss all claims brought against a homeowners association.

Obtained a dismissal of all claims brought against a property management company.

Obtained a nonsuit after filing a motion to dismiss all claims brought against a homeowners association, a property manager, and a board member.

Professional Recognition

Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch

Listed for Commercial Litigation

Related Services

Publications & Speaking Engagements

Education, Admissions & Activities

Education

St. Mary's University School of Law

J.D., cum laude, 2019
Editor in Chief of The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice, Volume 21

University of North Texas

B.B.A., 2011
Marketing Major, History Minor

Bar Admissions

Texas

2019

Court Admissions

United States District Court of Texas

Northern, Southern, Eastern, Western

Professional and Community Activities

Dallas Bar Association

Dallas Museum of Art, Member

Friends of WRR

Dallas Bach Society