JonVieve D. Hill
- J.D., 2014, The University of Louisville School of Law, cum laude
- M.B.A., 2012, The University of Louisville, with distinction
- B.A., 2007, The University of Georgia
JonVieve is part of the firm’s Labor and Employment practice group. She works closely with companies helping them navigate the details and legalities of union grievances and arbitrations, as well as violations of restrictive covenants. Her prior experiences include working in the legal department of a healthcare corporation and clerking for a civil rights attorney.
During law school, JonVieve joined the Military Spouse JD Network, a group dedicated to reducing licensing and employment barriers for military spouse attorneys. As part of an independent study, JonVieve wrote an article that was published in the Louisville Bar Association’s Bar Briefs and brought this issue to the attention of the Kentucky Supreme Court. JonVieve and fellow military spouses continued to advocate for a change in Kentucky, and a few months later the Kentucky Supreme Court enacted Rule 2.113 to reduce licensing barriers for military spouse attorneys in the state.
•Advocating for Bar Accommodations in Bar Admission Rules for KY’s Military Spouse Attorneys
•Louisville Bar Association’s Bar Briefs (Nov. 2014).
•Managing Mental Health in the Workplace (Aug. 2018)
• Ten Years After Ledbetter – Why Employers Need to Worry about Gender Pay Equity (March 2019)