Hillary joined the Center for Reproductive Rights in 2014 as a legal fellow and became a senior staff attorney in 2019. She litigates reproductive rights cases across the United States, including an ongoing challenge to a Montana law that prohibits advanced practice registered nurses from providing abortion care in the state. Hillary is also part of the legal teams challenging abortion restrictions in Arkansas, Kansas, and Mississippi, among others.
Before joining the Center, Hillary was an Equal Justice Works fellow at the National Women’s Law Center, where her work focused on addressing gender discrimination in health care. She received her J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she participated in the Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic and received the Allan Morrow Sexuality and Gender Law Prize. During law school, she interned at Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania and the ACLU Women’s Rights Project. She received her B.A. in English from Barnard College.