As an associate in the firm’s commercial litigation group, Cody Hill has a diverse practice focused on securities fraud and corporate governance litigation, energy and natural resources litigation, False Claims Act whistleblower litigation, complex class actions, commercial disputes and crisis management. Cody has experience representing aggrieved individuals and consumers, investors, business entities, state agencies and whistleblowers.
While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Cody was a four-year letterman as a defensive back on the University of Texas football team and played in the 2010 Big XII Championship and National Championship games. Cody also was a member of the Texas Cowboys Service Organization. Following his undergraduate studies, Cody clerked for Broadus A. Spivey for two years in Austin, Texas, and assisted Mr. Spivey in preparing and trying numerous cases to jury verdicts in state and federal courts. This experience confirmed Cody’s desire to become a trial lawyer.
During his time at Baylor Law School, Cody competed as an active member of the school’s mock trial and moot court teams in a number of national trial and appellate advocacy competitions and received a scholarship to be 1 of 8 U.S. law students to attend The Advanced School of the Trial at the Academy of the Advocate at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where he received the Top Advocate Award. Today, Cody regularly appears in state and federal courts across the country on behalf of the firm’s clients.