Julie Andersen Hill is a tenured associate professor at the University of Alabama School of Law. She writes and teaches in the areas of banking and commercial law. Her scholarship often focuses on the unwritten rules of banking regulation. Before entering the legal academy, Professor Hill practiced law in the Washington, D.C. office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meager & Flom LLP. She received her bachelor's degree in economics from Southern Utah University and her law degree from Brigham Young University.
Associate Professor, University of Alabama School of Law
Assistant Professor, University of Houston Law Center
Brigham Young University, J.D.
Southern Utah University, B.I.S.
When Bank Examiners Get it Wrong: Financial Institution Appeals of Material Supervisory Determinations, Washington University Law Review
Banks, Marijuana, and Federalism, Case Western Law Review
Shifting Losses: The Impact of Fannie's and Freddie's Conservatorships on Commercial Banks, Hamline Law Review
Bank Capital Regulation by Enforcement: An Empirical Study, Indiana Law Journal
Transaction Account Fees: Do the Poor Really Pay More than the Rich?, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law
Bailouts and Credit Cycles: Fannie, Freddie, and the Farm Credit System, Wisconsin Law Review
Divide and Conquer: SEC Discipline of Litigation Attorneys, Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics