Chelsea J. Glynn


Chelsea Glynn is a member of Dunn Carney’s Litigation, Real Estate and Land Use, and Construction Teams. She has defended municipal bodies, individuals, commercial carriers and manufacturers in negligence, products liability, construction and premises liability claims. She also has handled land use matters.

Before joining Dunn Carney, Chelsea served as an assistant county counsel for Washington County and in private practice. She has experience in state and federal court and the Oregon Court of Appeals.

Chelsea counts among her strengths her research and writing skills, as well as her experience in discovery.

Away from the office, Chelsea enjoys playing tennis and running. In addition to spending time with her pet African Grey parrot and her dog, she regularly fosters dogs and volunteers with a local animal shelter.


Oregon, 2011

Washington, 2017

Federal District Court of Oregon

Oregon Court of Appeals

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals


University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., 2011

University of California, Santa Barbara, B.S. Biology, 2006

Published Work

Making Sense of the ESI Madness,” A publication of the American Bar Association, Summer 2018.

Three Steps to Getting a Social Media Posting Admitted at Trial,” ABA Pretrial and Practice Discovery, Winter 2017

“Responding to a Complaint: Answer or Motion,” ABA’s The Women Advocate, Winter 2017

“Constitutional Challenges to Local Government Management of Homeless Camping,” OADC’s The Verdict, December 2016



Professional Affiliations

Women in Insurance and Financial Services, New Member Services Committee, Member, 2017

American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, Associate Editor of TYL Magazine, 2017-2018

Black Belt Trial Advocacy Training Program, Participant, 2016

Oregon Bar Association, Government Law Section, Secretary, 2015; Executive Committee Member, 2014

Oregon Trial Advocacy College, Participant, 2013

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