Alicia Daniels-Hill

Professional Biography

Alicia Daniels-Hill began working for the Legal Aid Society of Columbus, in the Marion Branch, in July of 2015. In the short period of time she has been working with Legal Aid, she has had the opportunity to help low-income individuals with a host of different legal issues in benefits, domestic, housing and foreclosure law.

Prior to her time with Legal Aid, Alicia worked on consumer law issues at Mac Murray, Petersen and Shuster. As a student, she worked on fair housing and employment anti-discrimination law at the Ohio Civil Rights Commission and juvenile division at the Children’s Defense Fund, and a variety of other issues as a legal extern for Judge Kimberly Cocroft at the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas.

Bar Activities

  • Member, Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA)
  • OSBA Women in the Profession Section
  • OSBA Young Lawyers Section

Volunteer and Community Activities

  • YWCA Family Center Pro Bono Clinic
  • LASC/Paralegal Association of Central Ohio Wills Clinics


  • Case Western Reserve University (B.A., cum laude, 2007)
  • The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D. 2014)
  • Moritz Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal
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