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Jennifer Hill is a trusted litigator who helps clients navigate challenging matters, including complex litigation and investigations.
Jennifer has worked with clients in cases involving the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback statute, and Stark Law. She has supported clients with compliance assessments and government contract bids for a wide variety of industries including healthcare, technology, education, and securities. She has also assisted on internal, federal, and state investigations.
Since joining the firm, Jennifer has maintained an active pro bono practice by helping immigrants obtain asylum, conducting legal research to support trans rights and assisting individuals with name and gender change, assisting clients with obtaining better housing, drafting comments for DC Crime Victim Compensation rule change, serving as a guardian ad litem, and providing research and litigation support for public defense reform.
While in law school, Jennifer served as an associate editor on the Journal of Law Reform. She zealously advocated for clients as a member of the University of Michigan’s Innocence clinic, where she led investigations for post-conviction relief for wrongfully incarcerated persons. She also supported local Detroit communities by helping home owners retain ownership of their property as a member of the Property Tax Appeal Project. Jennifer’s commitment to helping those in need earned her the Alden J. Butch” Carpenter Memorial Award in 2018.
- Juris Doctor, University of Michigan Law School, 2020
- Master of Education, Loyola Marymount University, Summa Cum Laude, 2014
- B.A., University of California, Merced, 2012
- District of Columbia