Dylan T. de Wit


Dylan’s practice focuses on representing employers in the private and public sectors, in all stages of litigation. He also counsels and advises clients on employment law matters, including wage and hour, disability accommodation and interactive process, hiring, and termination.

Dylan is a Northern California native. He spent years working in agriculture and food service before attending law school in Sacramento.

While in law school, he served as a staff writer for the University of the Pacific Law Review and excelled as an oral advocate with the McGeorge School of Law Moot Court Honors Board.

Service Focus
• Wage and Hour, Litigation and Compliance Matters
• Employment Discrimination and Harassment
• Retaliation/Whistleblower Claims
• Disability Accommodation and Interactive Process Issues

Industry Focus
• Automotive Dealership
• Public Entities
• Health Care Providers and Clinics


University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, CA (J.D. 2019)

·       J.D. awarded with Great Distinction

·       Judicial Extern to Hon. Morrison C. England, United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, 2019

·       University of the Pacific Law Review, 49th Edition, Staff Writer

·       Moot Court Honors Board Member

o   2019 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition, Semi-Finalist, Best Brief Award Finalist

o   Chicago Bar Association Moot Court Competition, Oral Advocacy Finalist

o   McGeorge Appellate Advocacy Competition, Oral Advocacy Finalist, Best Brief Finalist

·       Traynor Honors Society

·       Adams Scholar, Received James and Dorothy Adams Scholarship 

California State University, Chico, B.A. in Public Administration, June 2016

  • Graduated with highest distinction
Practice Areas Admitted to Practice

All California State Courts