Karen Hill’s distinguished legal career spans more than 25 years and is currently concentrated in all facets of business-related litigation, including products liability, mass torts, labor and employment, real estate, oil and gas, and other commercial controversies. Her primary responsibilities, which focus on trial preparation from inception to conclusion, include conducting research, reviewing plaintiff discovery, coordinating and responding to discovery requests, compiling and reviewing additional material information, preparing and organizing documents and exhibits for trial, drafting and filing pleadings, and assisting attorneys at trial.
The Oklahoma native began her career in 1980 as a legal secretary for a small firm in Antlers, OK, while concurrently attending Southeastern State University during the week and the University of Oklahoma’s paralegal studies program on weekends. Upon relocating to Oklahoma City in 1986, she worked as a civil litigation paralegal for six years. She most recently served as a paralegal for Allstate Insurance Company’s staff counsel office for 15 years before joining McAfee & Taft in 2007.
Karen is a member of the Central Oklahoma Association of Legal Assistants and a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together. While with Allstate, she was also a long-time volunteer for the company's Helping Hands Program.