Hallie A. Hamilton

Hallie A. Hamilton

Areas of Practice:

Appellate Law, Civil Litigation, Employment Law, Insurance Defense, Med-Mal Defense

Hallie is a Nebraska native. She was born in Grand Island, raised in Aurora, and graduated from Gretna High School. Hallie earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Communication Studies from the University of Nebraska Lincoln.

After several rewarding years working with a non-profit organization, Hallie set her sights on becoming an attorney. She then attended law school at Creighton University School of Law where she served as the Editor in Chief for the Creighton Law Review, graduated magna cum laude, and received multiple awards for her writing and analysis.  

Hallie joined the firm following two one-year judicial clerkships. She clerked for Judge L. Steven Grasz on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and for Justice Jonathan J. Papik on the Nebraska Supreme Court. Hallie’s legal practice focuses primarily on civil litigation, medical malpractice defense, and employment law.

When she is not in the office, you will find Hallie enjoying time with her husband and children, cooking classic midwestern comfort foods, or reading about American history.


Nebraska Bar


J.D. Magna Cum Laude, Creighton University School of Law

B.A. Political Science and Communication from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln


Creighton 2019 Best Appellate Brief Award
Nebraska State Bar Foundation 2020 Silver Quill Award CALI Awards in the areas of Legal Research and Writing I, II, and III, Property I and II, Civil Procedure II, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Business Associations, Freedom of Speech, Jurisprudence, and Federal Courts.


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