Beth has been a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate for children since 2005, and has served as a Juvenile Court Diversion volunteer since 2014. She was an active parent volunteer in her children’s schools for nineteen years; she enjoys participating in civil rights and social justice activities.
Beth Dillon’s passion in the law is centered on juvenile justice, civil rights and education. She is dedicated to helping those in our society who find themselves poorly treated by the systems and structures which should be helping them.
Beth entered law school after a career in business and decades of volunteer service to marginalized youth and families. She has worked with international refugees, children and families involved with the foster care system, and children involved with the juvenile criminal justice system.
Her law practice includes advocating for special education and disability accommodations for children in our schools, representing those who have been discriminated against in school, the workplace or in public, and helping those who have been injured to receive the compensation needed to move forward with their lives.