Blake Hill
Blake HillAttorney

Blake Hill dedicated his career to the law because lawyers are the only people in whom ignorance of the law is not punished. 

Mr. Hill joined the firm in 2015. His practice focuses on defending clients against civil and commercial claims regarding:

  • Personal injury
  • Product liability
  • Construction
  • Civil rights

He also has litigation experience representing clients in:

  • Real estate
  • Construction
  • Insurance
  • Aviation industries

Mr. Hill has handled arbitrations, oral arguments, hearings, mediations and trial preparation in large-scale cases with multiple parties and counsel.

A native of Independence, Missouri, Mr. Hill is married, with three children and a menagerie of pets.


On behalf of his ATV dealer client, Blake obtained a summary judgment ruling on a negligence claim, which was upheld by the Court of Appeals for the State of Utah. Warenski v. Advanced RV Supply, 2011 UT App 197 cert. denied (June 23, 2011) (plaintiff/appellant failed to establish elements of res ipsa loquitur).
Prior to joining Anderson, Julian & Hull, Blake worked in the product liability litigation group of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith. He worked in the Atlanta office of this AmLaw 100 firm, focusing on representing clients in toxic tort and product liability matters with an emphasis in defending foreign and domestic manufacturers and contractors in civil trials pending in state and federal court. Blake moved his practice the Atlanta-based firm McKenna, Long & Aldridge, another AmLaw 100 member.
While in law school, Mr. Hill served as the Online Editor for Journal of Law and Policy in International Business and was a student attorney with the Georgetown University Law Center Criminal Justice Clinic. Additionally, Mr. Hill was a member of his University’s national-qualifying mock trial team. He also obtained his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University.
Blake has experience practicing in venues across the country as a member of the state bars of Idaho, Georgia, Utah, Montana, Washington and Virginia. He is also licensed to practice before the federal courts for the District of Idaho, the Northern District of Georgia, the District of Utah, the District of Montana, as well as the Fourth Circuit and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals.

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