January 18, 2021

Volume XI, Number 18

Dallas F. Kratzer III

Dallas Kratzer cut his teeth in the courts, working for five years in the federal courts, including the Fourth and Sixth Circuits of the United States Courts of Appeals.  An avid lacrosse player, Dallas is as competitive on the field as in the courtroom and knows how important it is to understand and predict how  his opponent will behave.  As a law clerk, Dallas gained valuable insight into the “inside baseball” of the court system, as well as the most efficient and effective way to present a position and make a convincing argument.  Clients appreciate that Dallas can simplify a complex and nuanced situation and present a logical solution to their problem.  Dallas believes that it’s best to approach everything with a purpose  - and that includes defending his clients, enjoying a night at King’s Island with his family, or facing off with an opponent on the lacrosse field.

Dallas is temporarily authorized to practice law in Ohio pending admission under Gov. Bar R. I, Sec. 19.


Articles in the National Law Review database by Dallas F. Kratzer III