Arthur Dore is an Associate Attorney at McAlpine, PC. Mr. Dore is working toward his specialization in construction law. Mr. Dore began his career with McAlpine, PC in 2016 as an intern, working his way to Associate Attorney in May 2019. Mr. Dore is licensed to practice law in Michigan and has worked on many complex construction cases, including the Flint Water Crisis class action, and has handled a vast scope of e-discovery matters.
Mr. Dore graduated from the Wayne State University Law School in 2018. Mr. Dore served as a member of Wayne State’s Transnational Environmental Law Clinic. During this time, he contributed to the Management of Algal Blooms and Their Consequences section of the “Protecting Drinking Water in the Great Lakes: A Primer on Existing State Policies and Using the Safe Drinking Water Act” publication. Mr. Dore also served on the Transactional Law Team as a member of the Negotiation Team. Preceding his time pursuing a J.D., Mr. Dore graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science from Oakland University, majoring in Political Science.
- Michigan, 2018
- Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, Michigan
- J.D. - 2018
- Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
- B.A - 2014
- Major: Political Science