Cynthia L. Hill is a seasoned public law and labor and employment attorney. Ms. Hill regularly advises private sector clients on human resources, employment litigation and labor law issues, offering day-to-day legal counsel on matters involving discipline, discharge, employee layoffs, disability and reasonable accommodation, family and medical leave, employment policies, government contracting, non-competition and confidential information issues. She also assists
clients on risk prevention strategies. Ms. Hill has successfully represented employers in contested matters before state and federal administrative agencies and alternative dispute resolution forums, in grievance arbitrations and matters before the National Labor Relations Board and before state and federal courts.
Ms. Hill has provided legal counsel for more than 25 years for public and private schools, independent school districts, community colleges, universities and other public entities. She has considerable experience in public law including civil rights litigation, employment, student discipline, Title IX, free speech and policy development and implementation. Ms. Hill also focuses her practice on government strategies, employment contracts, grievances, employee terminations, school and college governance, and policy development.
Ms. Hill is licensed in Texas, having graduated from University of Texas School of Law. She is currently a Certified School Board Trainer with the Texas Education Agency and a member of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance.