Since joining Harris Bricken in 2010, Hilary has earned a reputation as a fearless advocate for local businesses. Hilary’s clients—start-ups, entrepreneurs, and companies in all stages of development—value her bold approach to business strategy.
Hilary’s clientele reflects the diversity and ingenuity of the west coast’s business climate. She takes pride in her strong client relationships, which allow her to hone in on each company’s unique needs and goals. Nothing brings Hilary greater satisfaction than helping a young business thrive in a cutting-edge industry.
The Puget Sound Business Journal named Hilary as one of seven deal makers of the year for 2013. She was by far the youngest and the only private practice attorney to garner this honor. In 2015, Hilary was named to the Puget Sound Business Journal’s top list of “40 Under 40” businesspeople for the Puget Sound region. In 2017, the American Bar Association (ABA) named Hilary one of the top 40 young lawyers nationwide.
From 2014 to 2017, for each year, Hilary was named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyer’s magazine. Hilary also authors a weekly column for Above the Law, which features content on marijuana policy and regulation.
From MSNBC to CNN, Fox News, and The New York Times, major media outlets have turned to Hilary for her on-the-ground perspective on emerging business law. Hilary is also an aggressive litigator, having argued and won contentious cases in Superior and District court. She regularly appears before City Councils and community forums, where she advocates tirelessly for the local businesses she represents.
A former Seattle resident, Hilary continues to explore the sights and sounds of Los Angeles through long-distance running, often with Georgia, her mastiff, in tow.