Julian Hill [EN / SP] he/they
Julian Hill (he/they) is an assistant professor at Georgia State University College of Law. Hill is a teacher, lifelong learner, community organizer, artist, and attorney who knows that the world we deserve, though both possible and necessary, is one for which we must fight with radical love. His research focuses on how lawyers leverage corporate, local government, and contract law to build a solidarity economy that prioritizes people and the planet over profits.

Hill regularly advised worker cooperatives, collectives, nonprofits, and small businesses on various matters, including formation, governance, compliance, and contracts. They co-facilitated workshops, in English and Spanish, on worker cooperatives and the solidarity economy with Law 4 Black Lives, the U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives, Democracy at Work Institute, the New York City Network of Worker Cooperatives, and other community-based organizations. He has prepared and delivered testimony before the New York State Assembly and the New York City Council on issues facing worker cooperatives and small businesses.