Attorney, Maryland Judiciary/Administrative Office of the Courts, Department of Juvenile & Family Services
Abby Hill is an experienced attorney at the Maryland Judiciary/Administrative Office of the Courts, Department of Juvenile and Family Services. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and, after working for two years in the compliance division of a Boston asset-management firm, moved to Washington, D.C. for law school. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from the American University Washington College of Law. Prior to coming to the Judiciary, Abby clerked for the Hon. Christopher B. Kehoe of the Court of Special Appeals and practiced general civil litigation, with an emphasis on family law. She has also served as court-appointed counsel for children in custody proceedings. Abby works on a variety of matters related to child welfare, juvenile justice, and human trafficking. She staffs the Judiciary’s Workgroup on Human Trafficking and is the Judiciary’s liaison to the Maryland Human Trafficking Initiative.