Dillon McConnell joined Bovis Kyle as a clerk during law school and is currently an associate with the firm. His practice focuses primarily on family law and general litigation.

Dillon graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University College of Law, where he competed on the moot court team at the Duberstein Bankruptcy Competition in New York City, served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Legal Writing program, and earned a CALI award in Law & Literature. He also clerked for the Honorable Kimberly M. Esmond Adams in Fulton County Superior Court during law school. Dillon earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont, where he double-majored in English and Religion, received honors in Speech and Debate, and served as the President of the Lawrence Debate Union.

Before entering law school, Dillon lived abroad in Seoul, South Korea and Beijing, China. He lectured and coached the debate team at Beihang University in Beijing.

In his spare time, Dillon loves to travel and to root for his hometown Charlotte Hornets and Carolina Panthers.