Dallin is a native of Layton, Utah, and is pleased to be settled back in Utah. After graduating from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Science, he attended Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska. During law school, he was a judicial extern for the Colorado Springs Fourth Judicial District, a clerk for the Douglas County Attorney’s Office in Omaha, the president of the Creighton Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, and a student member of the Robert M. Spire Inn of Court. While in law school, Dallin made time to mentor inner-city high school students, where he assisted them in finding careers and pursuing higher education. He was also a volunteer translator for immigrant children and their parents at a local elementary school and a Boy Scout Advisor. Upon graduation from law school, he was awarded certificates in both Litigation and Criminal Law and Procedure from Creighton University for extensive work in all aspects of litigation.
After law school, Dallin worked as a prosecutor with the Ogden City Prosecutor’s Office where he represented the city in trials, negotiations, and other courtroom proceedings. He has a passion for helping families, which led him to join Burton Law Firm. He enjoys family law and the opportunities it provides him to help his clients and their families through their most difficult situations.
Outside of practicing law, Dallin loves spending time with his wife and daughter. He also enjoys cycling, fly fishing, cooking, and reading novels.