Dallin is a co-founder and editor of Law Review Lite. He majored in philosophy at Brigham Young University and is a 1L at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. He is interested in business law, estates and trusts, and the legal implications of emerging technologies. Upon graduation, he hopes to secure a judicial clerkship and work in large-scale civil litigation.
Dallin used to be an avid skier, a decent golfer, and a passable guitarist, but that was before he started law school. These days, he spends most of his spare time reading, since that’s all he’s good for anymore. He particularly enjoys Dostoyevsky, Cormac McCarthy, and David Foster Wallace, and he would love to know what you are currently reading.