MacQueen & Gottlieb, PLC (M&G) announced the hiring of Kenneth Joseph Hill as an attorney with the firm, continuing the rapid growth of the burgeoning Phoenix real estate. Hill comes to M&G from the Arizona Attorney General’s office, where he served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Casa Grande office, litigating on behalf of the state’s Division of Child Support Services and providing counsel on child support enforcement law.
Hill is a 2003 graduate of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he studied taxation and succession planning, corporate and business law and was named a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar. The Tucson native earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in history, with a minor in political science from the University of Arizona and is a candidate for a Master of Laws degree from ASU.
According to Patrick MacQueen, a founding partner of M&G, Hill’s qualifications were just what the firm was looking for.
“Joseph brings a depth of knowledge to the firm which is motivating to many of the other attorneys as well as the partners,” MacQueen said. “He’s had a very accomplished career in a variety of fields including his own private practice, public service law and on the bench.”