Wilderness Castillo-Dobson is an associate in the Corporate Department and a member of the Capital Markets Group.
Wilderness earned his J.D. at the George Washington University Law School, where he was the recipient of the Pro Bono Service Award for outstanding work in the public interest. While in law school, Wilderness served as a student attorney at Rising for Justice's Housing Advocacy and Litigation Clinic in Washington D.C., and worked as a law clerk at both the U.S. Office of Special Counsel’s Hatch Act Division and the Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer Protection Bureau. Wilderness received his B.A. from New Mexico State University.
Wilderness maintains an active pro bono practice focusing primarily on housing justice and court reform. Wilderness currently serves as a Co-Chair to the Implementation Committee of the Pandemic Practice's Working Group, a sub-section of the Chief Judge's Commission to Re-Imagine the Future of NY Courts, where he assists in efforts to modernize and improve access to justice throughout the New York state court system.