Clyde Dunton-Gallagher is a civil litigation and trial attorney based in Miami, Florida. He is a skilled advocate with nearly a decade of experience handling all facets of general liability disputes. Clyde is equally well-versed in the defense of potentially high-exposure casualty claims. He's also experienced in maritime law, having represented Fortune 500 marine industry clients, cruise lines, ferry operators, cargo carriers, fishing and bareboat charterers, small craft ‘recreational marine’ operators, marine insurers, boat manufacturers, vacation tour operators, and private marinas.

Outside of law, Clyde teaches philosophy and social sciences at the university level as an adjunct professor. He's previously taught at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Rutgers, and Miami Dade College, among other universities. Clyde earned his undergraduate degree with honors from the University of Vermont. He earned a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from Temple University, with visiting coursework in History of Science at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Vienna. Clyde received his law degree at the University of Miami, cum laude, with visiting coursework at the University of Leipzig School of Law.



  • University of Miami School of Law (J.D., 2015, cum laude)
  • Temple University (M.A., 2010)
  • University of Vermont (B.A., 2005, with honors)

Licensed to Practice in

  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit 


Community Activities

  • Bar Exam Tutor, Dade County Bar Association (2017-2020)
  • Pro Bono Counsel, U.S. Southern District of Florida Volunteer Attorney Program (2017)
  • Arbitrator, FDI International Arbitration Pre-Moot (2017)

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