Bethany Hill practices in a wide range of civil litigation areas, including qui tam whistleblower actions, complex commercial litigation, employment disputes involving discrimination and harassment, and elder abuse.
Bethany received her J.D. from Yale Law School, where she served as a board member of the American Constitution Society and Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and she served as the lead organizer of the Yale and New Haven Discussion Series, which focused on the resource disparities and collaborative opportunities between Yale and New Haven. Bethany also tutored math and English in maximum security prisons, advocated for people facing eviction in the Housing Clinic, and worked to develop local business in the Community & Economic Development Clinic.
Before joining the firm, Bethany was a litigator at a boutique law firm specializing in employment and women’s rights. She also worked at a large law firm in Silicon Valley, representing clients in commercial transactions. She has provided pro bono services to Bay Area Legal Aid, organizations supporting animal welfare, and various other nonprofit organizations.
Bethany graduated summa cum laude with her B.A. in Political Science from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where she received UCLA’s Undergraduate Research Scholarship Program Award and the Ahmanson Foundation Research Award. Bethany also founded and served as President of Polis, a political theory club that grew to hundreds of members across disciplines.
San Mateo Bar Association
Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC)
Taxpayers Against Fraud (TAF)
Volunteer with bay area legal aid; contributor to animal legal defense fund; habitat for humanity