Donald Lundwall is a member of the firm’s International section. He specializes in state, federal, and foreign data privacy; vital records; and public records/archive laws governing the collection, use, storage, publication, sale, and transfer of digital data, including personal and sensitive information. He also practices international commercial transactions where he analyzes and drafts contracts, purchase orders, and bank cards while advising clients on their contractual rights and obligations.

Mr. Lundwall is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, the United States District Court for the District of Utah, and the courts of the state of Utah.

Mr. Lundwall is a member of the Utah State Bar’s International Law, Corporate Counsel, Constitutional Law, and Appellate Practice sections. He is also a member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and currently serves as a board member for the Society’s Salt Lake City Chapter. 

Mr. Lundwall’s scholarly and professional interests include international human rights advocacy, domestic and international religious freedom, and international refugee law. In particular, he is an avid student and observer of the U.S. Supreme Court’s religious freedom jurisprudence and has presented on religious liberty issues.

Mr. Lundwall holds an LLM in environmental, natural resources, and energy law from Lewis & Clark Law School. He received his JD from the University of Missouri – Columbia School of Law.

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