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Jesse Dungan helps professional services firms develop and execute strategic public relations initiatives that support their business development efforts and raise their profiles in the media. Drawing on his background in journalism, he regularly identifies timely news stories and weaves his clients into them in ways that shine positive light on their work and the services they offer. He also works with individuals and corporations on crisis communications preparation and response.
Jesse serves as an account lead for a number of national and global clients, including Am Law 100 and 200 firms, as well as firms specializing in private client and offshore law. He also advises intellectual property boutiques, accounting firms, wealth management consultants, nonprofits, universities and other entities. He is a key member on Infinite Global’s pro bono accounts and currently leads a team advising a San Francisco–based organization dedicated to breaking the cycles of homelessness and domestic violence in the city.
Jesse has been named to Lawdragon’s “100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists” list and recognized among the “PR People to Watch” by PRNews. Before joining the firm, he covered the San Francisco Bay Area as a news reporter. He earned a BS in journalism from the University of Oregon.
“Law firm strategies for publicizing laterals amid lockdowns” – Law360, July 2020
“A world in crisis: What 2019 taught us about communications” – New York Law Journal, January 2020
“It’s time to develop your crisis communications plan” – New York Law Journal, March 2018
“Legal consultant limelight” – Lawdragon, August 2020
“People to watch” – PRNews, December 2013
Jesse's recent content
Seeking the spotlight for a major funder
Appleby Offshore-i report brand campaign
Toeing the line: Is commenting on the presidential election too risky for professional services firms?
Lawdragon recognizes Jesse Dungan on annual list of leading strategists
Law firm strategies for publicizing laterals amid lockdowns