New England Law I Boston
Office of State Senator Joan Lovely
Dylan drafted testimony on banning flavored tobacco, researched workplace harassment statutes in other states, prepared talking points for budgets and debates, and attended meetings with Senator Lovely on key pieces of legislation including the conversion therapy ban and child sexual abuse prevention. He also assisted with outreach and communications initiatives related to the Senator’s bill establishing a pilot program to help provide diapers to low-income families.
Dylan graduated magna cum laude from the University of Scranton with a BS in Counseling and Human Services and subsequently earned his Master of Social Work degree at Boston College. Dylan is a Licensed Certified Social Worker and a Licensed School Adjustment Counselor. During his time in Boston, Dylan interned with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston Arts Academy, and Youth on Fire