New York Law School
University of Alabama (B.S. Communication Studies, Minor in Psychology, 2015)
Corey Hilber is a third-year law student at New York Law School. She is the Vice Chair of the New York Law School Moot Court Association, where she organizes new member programs, manages participation in external competitions and oversees all daily activities of members. Her primary area of study includes corporate, sports and entertainment law.
Prior to joining Romano Law, Corey completed an internship at Garvey Schubert Barer where her experience focused on legal research pertaining to various areas of the law including sports and entertainment as well as corporate and employment law, drafting of client focused communications and the drafting of a blog article focused on the effects of the NCAA ban on compensation. Prior to her internship with Garvey Schubert Barer, Corey was an intern at the Attorney Grievance Committee for the First Department of New York. Her work focused on the revision of complaints, participation in depositions, and the drafting of dismissals, admonitions, formal charges and disbarments.
Corey is an avid reality television enthusiast, Alabama football fanatic, wannabe foodie and recently recruited SoulCycle sucker.