Julian Hill is a bilingual lawyer who regularly advises for-profit, nonprofit and informal formations, including cooperatives, social enterprises, and publicly traded companies. His expertise spans across governance, contracts, securities, some labor matters, some tax matters, regulatory, and corporate law. Julian holds a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School and an LL.M. from Georgetown University Law Center, where they were a Clinical Teaching Fellow and Supervising Attorney with the Social Enterprise and Nonprofit Law Clinic. Julian previously supervised the worker cooperative efforts at TakeRoot Justice and advised Latin American companies as an associate. In addition to working on projects at PathLight Law, Julian is an assistant professor at Georgia State University College of Law where their 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. They are licensed to practice law in Georgia, New York and Washington, D.C.