Associate, Covington & Burling LLP
Dallin's practice focuses on a variety of complex commercial transactions involving media, technology, and data. He represents clients in a wide array of industries to advise on, draft, and negotiate commercial agreements involving the licensing or creation of music, technology, NFTs, metaverse environments, and data. Prior to joining Covington & Burling, Dallin interned at the U.S. Copyright Office and served as president of the Recording Artists Project at Harvard Law School, a student practice organization that provides start up record labels, producers and musicians with pro bono legal services. As a musician and audiophile, Dallin brings both experience and passion to his work representing clients at the intersection of music and technology.