Dylan Denslow is a member of the firm’s Business and Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions, Intellectual Property, Real Estate and Land Use, and Litigation practice groups and works in the firm’s Charlottesville office.
Dylan’s practice concentrates on business formation, governance, and conversion, contract negotiation and drafting, mergers and acquisitions, commercial and venture capital financing transactions, and intellectual property filings and enforcement. Dylan also assists clients in an array of litigation matters in both state and federal courts.
Dylan joined Woods Rogers as a summer associate in 2014 and returned to the firm full time
in 2015, working in the Roanoke office through 2018, and focusing his practice on intellectual property and litigation matters. In the fall of 2018, he left the firm to pursue his MBA full-time from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. During this time, he participated in a summer internship program with Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI. In addition, he achieved a concentration in entrepreneurship while at Darden. Dylan’s business experience provides a unique perspective on clients’ business issues.
A native of Norfolk, Virginia, Dylan graduated from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia, with double concentrations in finance and marketing. He graduated cum laude from the University of Richmond School of Law, where he was a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Law and Technology.
Dylan is an active participant in the community, having served on the board of directors for St. Francis Service Dogs in Roanoke. He also served on the board of the Roanoke chapter of the Federal Bar Association. In Charlottesville, he serves on the Service Dogs of Virginia board of directors.
Dylan’s hobbies include traveling, spending time with his Labrador retriever, kayaking, and cooking.
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