This Biglaw Partner Is The Proud Father Of A USWNT World Cup Player


USA v Netherlands: Group E – FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023

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Even though it’s her second go-around, you can’t take this stuff for granted. It’s an honor, of course, and I’ve been very fortunate to have experienced it.

Vincent Dunn, Norton Rose Fulbright’s New York co-partner-in-charge, sharing his thoughts with the American Lawyer on what it’s been like to watch his daughter, Crystal Dunn, play as a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team during her second FIFA Women’s World Cup. “When you have a family member participating in high-level sport and you’re sitting in the stands and everything is at stake,” he said, “there’s a stress element to it.” Dunn traveled to France to watch his daughter win the World Cup final in 2019, and now he’s watching her play soccer at an elite level again, this time in New Zealand and Australia.

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