Dylan Hoke

Associate / Houston

P: 713.588.0446

Being of service to people who are facing obstacles in their life or work is one of Dylan Hoke’s passions. As an attorney, he does just that. His ability to explain the details of a case to his clients and lay out a clear strategy and path forward is a strength that his clients and peers value. No problem is too big or complex for Dylan to get his mind around, and that is reflected in the confidence his clients have in him to find a satisfactory resolution to their cases.

Dylan grew up on the Texas Gulf Coast and was exposed early on to the industry and culture that would define his professional life. His parents and grandparents, and many life-long friends, made their living in the oil and gas or maritime industries. Being an attorney focused on maritime law allows Dylan to indulge his affinity and knowledge of those industries while helping others.

Many of Dylan’s clients have said that they wouldn’t want anybody else in their corner. His dedication to getting the absolute best results creates a strong bond between him and his clients. He connects with them over their issues and works hard to achieve the results they want.

As a Gulf Coast native, Dylan still spends much of his down time on the water – fishing, and boating. If he’s not on the water, he might be spotted in a duck blind, or in the kitchen, cooking up the day’s harvest.

Practice Areas

Practice Areas

  • General Liability
  • Admiralty and Maritime
  • Energy
  • Insurance
  • Premises Liability
  • Subrogation
  • Transportation
  • Commercial Litigation


  • J.D., Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, 2021
    • Loyola Maritime Law Journal, Comment Editor
  • B.A., Medical Humanities, Baylor University, 2016

Court Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Honors and Distinctions

  • Advisory Board’s Chair Award for Loyola Maritime Law Journal

Published Works

  • Anti-Indemnity Acts Beware: The Potential Far-Reaching Implication of Parker Drilling Management Services v. Newton to 5th Circuit OCSLA Jurisprudence Loyola Maritime Law Journal Vol. 20 Issue 2.

Professional Memberships

  • Houston Mariners Club
  • Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute