Professor of Law
- Legal Research
- Writing and Ethical Lawyering
- BA, University of Virginia
- JD, Magna Cum Laude, Howard University School of Law
Professor Jazzirelle Hill brings her diverse public and private practice experience in the Washington, D.C. area to teach Legal Research & Writing at Loyola. A graduate of the University of Virginia and Howard Law School, she clerked for the Hon. Raymond A. Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. She then practiced at Covington & Burling, where in addition to representing global corporate clients in federal, state, and international litigation and arbitration, she performed significant pro bono work, writing about it in From Corporate to Custody Battles: Being a Loaned BigLaw Associate at a Nonprofit, DOCKET CALL. Hill also has worked for the IRS Office of the Chief Counsel, the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, and the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
- From Corporate to Custody Battles: Being a Loaned BigLaw Associate at a Nonprofit Organization, Virginia State Bar Young Lawyer’s Conference Docket Call (August 2018).
- Adam Kurland, I Will Not Be Convicted By a Jury of My Peers Because the Judge Erroneously Granted My Motion for Judgment of Acquittal: Evans v. Michigan and the Future of the Pre-Verdict Judgment of Acquittal, 47 U. TOLEDO L. REV. 2 (2016) (Editor).
- Howard Law Journal, Volume 57, Issues 1–3 (2013-2014) (Staff Editor) & Volume 58, Issues 1–3 (2014-2015) (Senior Publications Editor).
- Kent Lollis, Law School Graduation by Race and Ethnicity, LSAC (2015) (Editor).