Dylan Harriger

Dylan Harriger


Originally from Houston, Texas, Dylan Harriger began his career at a criminal defense law firm where he worked during graduate school. While in law school, Dylan worked with four different law firms in several different practice areas. Primarily, Dylan worked in civil litigation before joining Conway Stoughton. As a former Division I college athlete, Dylan enjoys advocating for his clients and working as a team to ensure his clients get the best results. Dylan also holds a mediation certificate. While in law school, Dylan served as a class advisor to the Student Bar Association, founded and served as Editor-in-Chief to the UNH Sports Law Review, sat on the Moot Court Advisory Board as the Trademarks team coach, and was the President of the UNH Sports & Entertainment Law Society.

• University of New Hampshire, Franklin Pierce School of Law, J.D., 2022 (Certificates in Intellectual Property, Sports law, and Entertainment law)
• Texas A&M University, M.S., 2019
• Houston Baptist University, B.S., 2017

Bar and Court Admissions
• State of Connecticut

• UNH Law Faculty & Staff Graduating Student Award, Top Sports Law Student (2022)
• UNH Law Faculty & Staff Graduating Student Award, Community Builder (2022)
• National Jurist Law Student of the Year Nominee (2022)
• UNH Sports Law Review, Editor-in-Chief (2022)
• UNH Law Moot Court Advisory Board, Trademarks Coach (2022)
• Author, “Hashtag This, Retweet That: How the New Hampshire Bar Association Ethics Committee Addressed Investigation of Juror Social Media Accounts,” Point One Newsletter (2022)
• Invited Moderator, “Legal Education Panel,” University of Florida, Levin College of Law (2022)
• Author, "Breaking Down The Latest Proposed Federal NIL Legislation," The Business of College Sports (2021)
• Author, "Research Shows How Student Athletes Feel About Name, Image and Likeness," The Business of College Sports (2021)
• Author, "Top Sports Law Programs in the United States," The Business of College Sports (2021)
• Invited Lecturer, “Sports Business & Sports Law Overview,” IIM Sambalpur MBA Program (India) (2021)
• Invited Lecturer, “Sports Arbitration & Sports Law Careers,” Legalify India (2021)
• Author, "What a Federal NIL Bill Could Mean for NCAA Athletes as Social Media Influencers," The Business of College Sports (2020)
• Author, "Razorback Foundation Suffers Setback in Bret Bielema’s Lawsuit," The Business of College Sports (2020)
• Author, "Former NHL Star Files Heterosexual Discrimination Complaint Against Former Employer," Heitner Legal (2020)
• Author, "Bright House Earns Big Copyright Win for Internet Service Providers," Heitner Legal (2020)
• Author, "The National Collegiate Appeals Association," Heitner Legal (2020)
• Author, "Is The Yankees Hair Policy a Violation of The Constitution?," Heitner Legal (2020)
• Author, "Florida Deems Professional Sports an Essential Service: What This Could Mean for The Return of Sports," Sports Lawyers Association (2020)
• Author, "The Future of NCAA Name, Image & Likeness Legislation," Sports Lawyers Association (2020)
• Presenter, “The Excellence in Management Cup: 2017–2018 Athletic Season,” College Sport Research Institute (2019)

Professional Affiliations
• Hartford County Bar Association