Hilary S. Reed, J.D.
Assistant Professor of Law
Office: School of Law (SOL)
Before heading west for law school, Professor Reed completed a degree in History from Abilene Christian University, where she co-founded one of the first university chapters of the International Justice Mission. She attended Pepperdine University School of Law as a Faculty Scholar. During her tenure as a student, Professor Reed was a note and comment editor on Law Review, Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant, Student Ministries coordinator, Christian Legal Society member, and on the Moot Court Team. She was also selected to be a Blackstone Fellow during her time in law school.
After graduating magna cum laude from Pepperdine, she was an associate at O'Melveny & Myers LLP in their downtown Los Angeles office. While there her practice areas included general litigation and corporate bankruptcy, representing major corporations in various actions. During her time at O'Melveny, she was a member of the Associate and Counsel Advisory Committee, Women Attorney Network, and participated in various pro bono projects. She is active in her local congregation.
Professor Reed teaches Legal Research and Writing and continues to be an avid supporter of International Justice Mission. In addition to developing her students' research and writing skills, she hopes to nurture her students' spiritual lives.(Less)