Jessica Dillon litigates complex civil matters and has an active appellate practice. Her litigation experience encompasses a broad range of matters, including oil and gas disputes, construction cases, corporate litigation, employment claims, and municipal matters. Jessica has successfully prosecuted and defended a diversity of complex matters, including the multi-billion dollar valuation of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, multi-million dollar construction claims, and numerous employment complaints. She is mindful of her client’s budget and works hard to obtain prompt resolutions for her clients. Jessica has an AV rating.
Ms. Dillon was born and raised in Juneau and is a fourth generation Alaskan. Prior to joining Dillon & Findley, P.C., Jessica served as a law clerk for then Anchorage Superior Court Judge Morgan Christen in 2008 and worked in the Alaska State Legislature. She is dedicated to her work and advocating for her clients.