Dylan Benac focuses his practice on financial lending, hedging and banking transactions. He advises lenders and borrowers in a variety of traditional and creative secured and unsecured credit transactions, including reserve-based loans, acquisition financings, revolvers, term loans and bankruptcy exit facilities. He also has experience in secured and unsecured hedging transactions, commodity transactions and hedge divestitures.
Before joining Bracewell, Dylan was an associate with a large international law firm and served as a judicial intern to Justice Jeffrey S. Boyd of the Texas Supreme Court.
The University of Texas School of Law,
Abilene Christian University,
summa cum laude
Texas Supreme Court, Judicial Intern
The University of Texas School of Law
Texas Review of Law & Politics
Editor in Chief
The University of Texas School of Law, Dean’s Award in Mergers & Acquisitions and Wall Street Regulation
Abilene Christian University, Student Body President and Vice President; Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Jack Pope Fellow