Whitney Hill is an Assistant Attorney General in the Child Advocacy Section of the Oregon Department of Justice. Previously, she worked at Youth, Rights & Justice (fka Juvenile Rights Project) in Portland, Oregon, after getting her start there as a fellow funded by the Texas Law Justice Corps George M. Fleming Fellowship in Health Law.
At Texas Law, Whitney participated in the Environmental Clinic, the Children’s Rights Clinic, and the Juvenile Justice Clinic; interned at Disability Rights Texas (fka Advocacy, Inc.) in Austin; and was an active member of Concerned Students for LRAP, the Women’s Law Caucus, Street Law, and Texas Law Fellowships. She also worked at Slack & Davis LLP in Austin, and volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters. She spent her summers working with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid’s Family Law Department in Austin and the Juvenile Rights Project in Portland.
Originally from California’s Bay Area, Whitney worked as a legal assistant, with a youth wilderness program, and at a residential treatment facility for teens prior to coming to law school.