Dustin R. Landry
Dustin Reed Landry is an active member of the Tennessee and local Bar and has practiced in Knox and surrounding counties for over a decade. A co-founder of Landry & Azevedo, Dustin has vast trial experience across the courts of East Tennessee, both at the state and federal level, along with extensive experience handling legal transactions. He has an outstanding reputation among attorneys and judges for his professionalism and strong work ethic. Dustin’s practice areas include general civil litigation, real estate (litigation and transactional), family law, conservatorships and guardianships, probate and estate administration, wills and powers of attorney, landlord-tenant law, and business entity formation.
Dustin graduated as valedictorian of Gatlinburg-Pittman High School and was a National Merit Scholarship recipient at the University of Tennessee. He holds both a Bachelor and Master of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Tennessee with a focus on American Government and International Relations. Dustin received his Juris Doctor degree from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2007, and while in law school had the opportunity to serve as an intern for the Honorable Thomas A. Varlan, Chief Judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, and United States Senator, Lamar Alexander. Prior to opening Landry & Azevedo, Dustin was a senior associate attorney at The Adams Law Firm and associate attorney at Joyce, Meredith, Flitcroft and Normand in Oak Ridge. Dustin has also taught numerous courses as an adjunct faculty member in the Legal Studies program at South College in Knoxville.
Dustin resides in Knoxville with his wife, Maria, and his three sons, Jackson, Landon and Beau. When he is not practicing law, Dustin enjoys spending time with his family, coaching his sons’ football teams, playing any and all sports, cooking, fishing and working outside.