Dylan is a Student-at-Law at Gilbert’s. Prior to attending law school, Dylan worked at a litigation boutique in Boston, studied in Tokyo and Paris, and competed in several international Model UN, NATO and Arab League conferences.
While studying the common and civil law at McGill University, Dylan volunteered as a Student Advocate at the University’s Legal Information Clinic, helped found a law journal, and served as president of Outlaw, a club for LGBTQ+ law students. In 2019, Dylan competed in the Davies’ Annual Corporate/Securities Law Moot, where he and his team won third place team and third place factum. Dylan also worked at the University’s Office of Innovation and Partnerships, where he was exposed to patent prosecution and technology transfer agreements.
Dylan is an avid hiker and globetrotter. Outside the office, you can often find him at a local brewery planning his next camping trip over a pint.
McGill University Faculty of Law, Montréal, Québec, Canada
B.C.L. (Bachelor of Civil Law) & J.D. (Juris Doctor), 2020
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
B.S. (Philosophy and Political Science, magna cum laude), 2015
Bereskin & Parr LLP Prize in Industrial and Intellectual Property (awarded to the student who achieves the highest standing in the basic course in the law of Intellectual and Industrial Property)
F.R. Scott Prize in Constitutional Law (awarded to the student who achieves the most distinguished standing in Constitutional Law)