Kelly Hill has represented clients in a variety of state, federal, and administrative matters. She understands the importance of being an effective advocate at all stages of the litigation process. She is efficient, thorough, detail-oriented, and understands how to effectively manage cases and devise strategies that will give her clients the best chance of success.
While studying at the University of Texas School of Law, Ms. Hill worked for federal and state governmental agencies and completed judicial internships at the state and federal level. She participated in the Legislative Lawyering and Entrepreneurship and Community Development clinics, counseling clients on business, finance, and policy issues. With a passion for writing and a tenacious researcher, Ms. Hill was a member of the editorial board, as well as published in, the Texas International Law Journal.
Ms. Hill began her career with a two-year clerkship for United States Magistrate Judge Nancy K. Johnson in the Southern District of Texas in Houston. There, she analyzed motions, drafted opinions, and conducted research on a wide range of legal issues. She learned the ins and outs of federal court and procedure, knowledge of which has served her well ever since. Ms. Hill has also engaged in pro bono work in immigration and housing.