Chris Dunn was raised in Chesapeake and earned his first undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary majoring in Economics. Feeling the pull towards public service, Chris earned a second bachelor’s degree, this time in Music Education. He taught middle and high school in North Carolina and Virginia for twenty-five years spending the last seventeen of those teaching at Crestwood Middle School in Chesapeake. During this time, he earned his Master’s degree in School Administration from Cambridge College and still holds a Principal’s license from the Virginia Department of Education.
Upon his retirement from teaching, Chris attended law school at Regent University, where he was the President of the Washington Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. While in law school, Chris interned in the Suffolk, Chesapeake, and Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Offices and the Suffolk Public Defender’s Office, spending as much time as he could in court gaining the experience necessary to ensure the best possible results for his clients. Chris comes to Randall Page, P.C. from the Virginia Beach Public Defender’s Office, where he fought to protect his client’s interests every day.