Interview with Marlon Hill
From - UM Libraries
Interview with Marlon Hill, international corporate and transactional attorney. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica and attended a Jesuit secondary school there. Marlon moved to Miami in the summer of 1985 and attended Miami Southridge High School, developing interests in geography, social studies and international affairs. Marlon went on to attend Florida State University where he majored in international business and minored in Spanish. After his undergraduate years, he attended law school and when he first practiced law, he worked part time at FIU studying international trade analysis and immigration law. Marlon worked with the Adorno & Zeder Law Offices. He initially specialized in appeals, but later moved to corporate law. As a transactions lawyer, he dealt with many fields including hospitality and the entertainment industry. Marlon is passionate about mentorship and is involved in many civic professional community organizations. He is a current board member of the Miami Foundation, the Miami Parking Authority, the Miami Book Fair, and the Orange Bowl Committee. He is also involved in the Caribbean Bar Association and continues to be an advisor for the Caribbean Students Association at FSU. He believes in acclimation, assimilation, and integration for civic engagement and uses a radio talk show to help execute this. He is currently a vice chair and partner with the law firm of Hamilton Miller & Birthisel.