David Dworakowski is a founding partner of Quinn & Dworakowski, LLP., and he practices almost exclusively family law. Licensed since 1986, he graduated “Law Review” from Temple Law School in Philadelphia. For over 30 years, Mr. Dworakowski has built a reputation as an accomplished trial attorney; he has successfully tried more than 350 trials. He is also a skilled appellate attorney, authoring more than 100 appeals in the state and federal courts. Mr. Dworakowski is passionate about his cases and he brings immense compassion for his clients.
Mr. Dworakowski has extensive experience in representing clients with complex family law issues. Mr. Dworakowski has earned numerous awards and accolades for his outstanding work in the law: For 2021, he was named by U.S. News & World Report as “Lawyer of the Year,” for Family Law -only a single lawyer in each practice area is honored with a “Lawyer of the Year” award. He has also been named by the National Trial Lawyers Association as a “Top 100 Trial Lawyer in America.” Orange Coast Magazine has called Mr. Dworakowski a “Best Lawyer in Orange County.” The attorney rating service “AVVO” has given him its highest “Superb” rating, as well as its highest “Outstanding” rating for client satisfaction. Finally, Mr. Dworakowski he has been named a “Super-Lawyer” for multiple years in a row.
Mr. Dworakowski is active in the community. He is a frequent guest lecturer to law students at Chapman University School of Law. He is also on the Board of Directors at Mardan School, a school for “special needs” students in Irvine. In 2017, Mr. Dworakowski was honored and humbled to be presented the Dean Allen award, an annual award given “to recognize an attorney who demonstrates integrity, passion for the law, and commitment to the poor.”
Mr. Dworakowski was born in Buffalo New York, and he remains an avid Bills fan. He and his wife, Anita, an elementary school teacher, live in Laguna Beach where they have raised their five children. He is a member of Saddleback Church.
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