Phil Hill is an attorney in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis. His practice focuses on litigation and counseling in the fields of copyright, trademark, trade secrets, right of publicity, art, advertising, and cyber law. He represents and advises clients in music, online media and services, technology, sports, live event production, television, theater, visual art, print publishing, consumer products, and financial services. Phil has taught a section of CopyrightX since its inception in 2013, and he also teaches “The Law of Music” at the New England Conservatory. Phil graduated from Harvard Law School in 2013. At HLS, he was a Student Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Director for the Harvard Recording Artists Project, and Entertainment Chair for the Committee on Sports & Entertainment Law. He has also worked in the legal departments of Marvel Entertainment and the NFL, and has assisted in copyright litigation at all levels of the federal courts.
Last updated December 2016.