Kevin D. Hill
Professor Kevin Hill joined the College of Law in 1985. Prior to joining the faculty, he was a teaching assistant to former Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, clerk to federal Judge William O. Bertelsman, and teaching fellow at the Temple University School of Law as well as a private practitioner. Professor Hill has published numerous articles on science and the law and has drafted a set of model jury instructions for use in federal court. Professor Hill's teaching interests include Civil Procedure I & II, Science and the Law, Evidence, Federal Courts, Environmental Law, Complex Litigation, Trial Advocacy, Conflicts of Law, and Administrative Law. He has been recognized with the Student Bar Association Award for Teaching Excellence four times (1986-87), (1987-88), (1990-91) (2009-2010) and the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Classroom Teaching five times (1992, 1997, 2002, 2005, 2010)
J.D., Northern Kentucky University
B.S., University of Kentucky
Kentucky, United States District Court for Eastern Kentucky, United States Court of Appeal for the Sixth Circuit.
Complex Litigation, Civil Procedure, Evidence, Science and the Law. Forensic Science in the Courtroom.