About Attorney Robert Hill
Robert Hill was born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico. He attended New Mexico State University in Las Cruces New Mexico where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree. While working on his MBA, Robert was accepted to law school in San Diego, California. While in law School, Robert met his current wife and partner, Shauna Hill.
Upon graduating from law school, Robert returned to New Mexico and began his legal career as a prosecutor in Socorro. As a prosecutor, Robert prosecuted all types of cases ranging from domestic violence to murder and everything in between. He conducted approximately 20 jury trials, more than 50 bench trials and numerous hearings.
After prosecuting for 2 years, Robert and his wife moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico where he opened his own office. A majority of his practice was focused on criminal defense while handling various civil cases. After building his practice for a few years, Shauna joined up and worked together to handle a variety of cases ranging from criminal defense to family law.
In 2006, they made the decision to move to Las Vegas, Nevada. There, Robert handled cases ranging from criminal defense, family law, personal injury, nursing home abuse, landlord tenant matters, and general civil matters. One constant throughout his legal career has been his court room work.
Opening The Hill Law Group
Robert and Shauna again joined together to open The Hill Law Group where their focus has been primarily on family law matters. Robert regularly attends conferences and training sessions specifically designed for family law practitioners. In 2016, Robert became a Pro Tem Hearing Master for Child Support matters.
Robert and Shauna have 2 daughters. On a personal note, he loves everything to do with cars as he used to race IMCA modifiers and super stocks on the dirt tracks. When he is not spending time with his family, you could find him watching some sort of racing or other sports.
Robert is licensed to practice law in:
- Nevada (2003)
- California (2000) inactive
- New Mexico (1998)inactive