Anne M. Hillyer
Anne Hillyer is an associate in the Law Offices of Thomas E. Kennedy, III, L.C.
represents foster parents, not-for-profit corporations, social service agencies, small businesses/professional associations, nursing home/assisted care facilities and persons applying for Social Security disability benefits and/or Supplemental Security Income benefits.
In addition, she
practices in the following areas: school law, adoptions, adoption assistance and foster care issues, guardianship/conservatorship matters, professional licensure, commercial law, probate law and civil litigation and appellate representation with a particular emphasis on the representation of persons with disabilities, large-impact public interest representation, and catastrophic personal injuries.
is licensed to practice in Illinois, Missouri and Texas.
Anne is a graduate of Baylor University, School of Law, where she was an editor for the Baylor Law Review.
graduated magna cum laude.
Prior to attending law school, she attended Columbia College in Missouri where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Anne was judicial law clerk to Judge Thomas Price of the Texas Supreme Court.
Anne serves as a Trustee for Boys and Girls Town of Missouri and has received a Star Volunteer Award.
has extensive volunteer work with homes and associations providing assistance and support to battered women and children at risk.
also devotes her
time to work with not-for-profit corporations in Illinois and Missouri which serve persons with disabilities.
In 2009, Anne
and Tom Kennedy co-authored School Law, Part II: Special Education for a Missouri Bar CLE seminar on special education.
Prior to practicing law, Anne worked as a counselor for delinquent and mentally ill youth.