Chloe Hillard* helps health care organizations develop the legal solutions they need in today’s health care space.

Chloe assists hospitals, physician practices, and other health care providers with a broad range of legal matters, including government investigations; fraud, waste, and abuse counseling; and surprise and balance billing compliance.

During law school, Chloe served an internship with a regional health law firm and was a Notes and Comments Editor for the Journal of Law and Technology. Before law school, she served an internship for the Honorable John R. Adams of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. She also worked as a Health Care Analyst at a health care research and consulting firm, where she researched and answered questions from health care executives on how to maximize health system revenue, strategies for improving patient experience, increasing member engagement in health plans, and more.

*Admitted in Maryland; not admitted in the District of Columbia.

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  • University of Richmond School of Law (J.D., 2022)
    • Notes and Comments Editor, Journal of Law and Technology
    • CALI Award for Excellence in Health Law
    • CALI Award for Health Reform in America
  • Wake Forest University (B.A., magna cum laude, 2017)

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