Fort Worth Attorney
Dillon Minick practices primarily in the areas of commercial litigation and general litigation. He assists clients in various litigation matters, including research and preparing motions, briefs, and other pleadings. Mr. Minick is also involved in all manners of litigation, including discovery, depositions, hearings mediation, and trial.
Before joining Brackett & Ellis, Mr. Minick served as a Briefing Attorney with the Eleventh Court of Appeals in Eastland, Texas. During his time as a Briefing Attorney, Mr. Minick aided in the research and drafting of appellate decisions.
J.D. Texas Tech School of Law, summa cum laude, 2021. Texas Tech Law Review Articles Editor.
B.S. Abilene Christian University, summa cum laude, 2018.
State Bar of Texas, 2021
Dillon Minick, Note, Intellectually or Developmentally Disable in Jail: The Need for Reform in Texas Jails, 42 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 86 (2020).
Joseph F. Cleveland, Jr. & Dillon Minick, A Proposal to Amend Rule 76a to Reduce the Burden and Expense of Filing Court Records under Seal in Trade Secret Cases, 100 The Advocate 44 (2022).
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