Dylan Contreras, esq.
Associate Attorney | (619) 866-3444 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dylan is from Peoria, Arizona, and moved to San Diego in August 2016 to pursue a law career. Dylan enjoys the beautiful sites and eateries San Diego has to offer. Dylan can be seen running through Sea Port Village and Balboa Park training for his upcoming marathon or surfing at La Jolla Shores Beach Park. Aside from his active lifestyle, Dylan is an avid reader and a sports fanatic. His favorite sports teams are the Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Broncos.
Before joining Gupta Evans and Associates, Dylan gained extensive business, real estate, and transactional experience at two local law firms. As a post-graduate clerk, Dylan helped represent disenfranchised business owners in an LLC and corporate context in all phases of litigation. Before then, Dylan was a law clerk at a local real estate law firm, where he helped represent clients with real estate, business, and transactional matters.
Dylan graduated from California Western School of Law in April 2019, in the top 25% of his class. During law school, Dylan was a student intern at the California Innocence Project, a non-profit law firm that works to free the wrongfully incarcerated, and served as an honor’s instructor for the evidence course. Dylan played college football at Western New Mexico University and was elected to the RMAC All-Academic Teams in his junior and senior seasons. Dylan graduated at the top of his class and was inducted into the university’s Student Hall of Fame for his achievements as a student-athlete and a student government member.
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