Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

In Memoriam: Alice Karen Hill

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

In Memoriam: Alice Karen Hill

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The Energy Bar lost one of its most beloved members on May 13, 2015, with the passing of Alice (call her Karen) Hill. Karen set the gold standard for combining professional accomplishment at the highest level with personal warmth and zest for living.

A graduate of University of Iowa and University of Houston Bates College of Law, where she was an editor of the Law Review, Karen began her career at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 1980, where she served in the Solicitor's Office and as legal assistant to Chairman Martha Hesse. She worked in private practice with Morgan Lewis & Bockius and Swidler & Berlin, headed the Washington office for Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation (1990-1997), and rose to Vice President, Regulatory Affairs for the American Gas Association (1997-2002) and Vice President, Federal Regulatory Affairs, at Exelon Corporation.

Karen was unmatched in her devotion to those in need and was a powerful advocate for women in all walks of life. She served on the Board of My Sister's Place, a shelter for women in need of safe haven. …

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