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  • Business Law/Commercial Litigation

  • Appellate Litigation

  • Contract Law and Litigation

  • Intellectual Property


  • J.D., University of Richmond School of Law (2020)

    • Concentration in Intellectual Property 

  • B.B.A., James Madison University (2021)

    • Major in Computer Information Systems

      • Concentration in European Business

Bar Admissions

  • Virginia (2021)


  • Virginia State Bar

  • Fairfax Bar Association

  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

Dylan Phillips was born and raised in Fairfax County and is an active member of the Virginia State Bar. Dylan is an attorney serving clients’ needs in the fields of business and commercial law, appellate litigation, contract law, and intellectual property law.


Dylan earned his law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law with a concentration in intellectual property and a focus in business law. In law school, Dylan was an Editor of the Journal of Law and Technology, led multiple student organizations, won several awards for his publications in the field of technology and intellectual property law, and was a finalist in the Georgetown Iron Tech Lawyer Competition. While in school, Dylan worked for a federal judge in the E.D.V.A. Bankruptcy Court, the Arlington Commonwealth's Attorney's Office, and for a Fairfax Circuit Court judge. Dylan has also published works in the University of Richmond's Journal of Law and Technology, the FCPA Blog, and was a contributing writer for books on corporate compliance and the constitutionality of arbitration.


Prior to law school, Dylan earned his undergraduate degree from James Madison University. While in school, Dylan worked at a small criminal defense firm and for a family law firm. After graduation, Dylan worked for Ernst & Young's Risk Assurance practice and then later for Accenture Federal Services. During Dylan's consulting career he focused on contract management systems, internal auditing, and financially significant technology.




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