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While in law school, Dwight Burton clerked at the Akron Civil Rights Commission and the City of Canton prosecutor's office, allowing him to gain a great amount of practical experience early on in his career. This experience became very useful later on while, when working for the Department of Public Advocacy, he represented over 1,000 clients in district, circuit, and family courts.
To broaden the scope of the people he is able to help, Dwight Burton is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Warren County Bar Association, and the Christian County Bar Association.
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