Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Ms. Dillion focused her practice on business and bankruptcy litigation matters including areas such as unfair competition, fraudulent and preferential transfers, breach of contract and business torts. Ms. Dillion has successfully written and argued several significant motions in both state and federal court.
During law school, Ms. Dillion was a member of the Scott Moot Court Honors Board where she competed as a finalist in the Scoot Moot Court Competition and earned an award for Top Advocate in the National Moot Court Competition. Ms. Dillion was also involved with the Youth Justice & Education Clinic where she represented juveniles, protecting their right to a meaningful, safe and successful education. Furthermore, Ms. Dillion was a “Thirty Under 30” Sports Launch Award Recipient.
Pro Bono and Community Involvement
•Constitutional Rights Foundation
Professional Associations and Activities
•Association of Business Trial Lawyers
•Federal Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Committee Member
•Orange County Bar Association
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