Hollyn Dinnes

Before joining the Office of Capital and Forensic Writs, Hollyn Dinnes attended the University of Texas at Austin where she obtained an undergraduate degree in social work. Hollyn worked as a full time mitigation specialist intern at the Capital Punishment Clinic at UT Law, completing her field education. Before working in capital defense, Hollyn worked as a legislative assistant in the Texas House of Representatives during the 84th legislative session, where she worked on bills promoting sexual assault awareness on college campuses and gun safety legislation. Hollyn has volunteered at the Capital Area Food Bank, A*Med Community Hospice Care, and most significantly the Boys and Girls Club of Austin. She is a Volunteer Pre-Law Fellow at the OCFW, and will be pursuing a law degree beginning in the fall of 2018.

Contact Information

Email: Hollyn.Dinnes@ocfw.texas.gov

Updated Thursday, January 25, 2018