Hilary Detmold

Associate - Labor and Employment Law Department


Areas of Practice
Hilary K. Detmold is an Associate in the Labor and Employment Law Department, specializing in management-side labor and employment law in both the public and private sector.

Work for Clients
Ms. Detmold represents and advises clients in the areas of labor relations, employment law, human resources management, and antidiscrimination law.

Professional Activities
Ms. Detmold is a member of the Boston Bar Association, the Massachusetts Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Sports Lawyers Association and the Women's Bar Association of Massachusetts. Prior to law school, she worked in intercollegiate athletics, and in university fundraising and development.

Personal/Community Activities
Ms. Detmold is an avid baseball fan and she enjoys playing softball in her free time. Other interests include reading, going to concerts, and singing along to cast recordings of old musicals.

"`Tis Enough, `Twill Serve: Defining Physical Injury Under the Prison Litigation Reform Act," 46 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 1111 (2013).

"The Ninth Circuit's En Banc Rehearing of Cotterman: What's on Your Laptop?," 1 Suffolk U. L. Rev. Online 32 (Feb. 25, 2013).

"Safe Pregnancies for Incarcerated Women: Why Both Parties Should Support Anti-Shackling Legislation," Rappaport Briefing, Spring 2012, at 3.

Ms. Detmold received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University, and her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School. She served as editor-in-chief of the Suffolk University Law Review, a role in which she helped launch the inaugural volume of the Suffolk University Law Review Online.