Monday, October 31, 2022

Krista Hill

University of Toronto Faculty of Law alumna Krista F. Hill (LLB 1994) has been named one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN). Hill is one of 18 U of T faculty and alumnae named to this year's list.

WXN is a North American organization that recognizes and celebrates the contributions, accomplishments and professional advancement of women in all sectors.

Hill was recognized in the Professional category, recognizing women who are professionals in practice and who play a leadership role within their organizations.

Hill is a partner and co-head of the Infrastructure and Energy practice at Torys LLP in Toronto. Torys congratulated Hill for her her influential leadership, supporting the advancement of women in the legal profession and breaking down barriers for others who identify as LGBTQ2S+. 

Hill is also a council member with the U of T Law Alumni Association.

"Congratulations to Krista for being named to this very special group of accomplished women," said Dean Jutta Brunnée, University Professor and James Marshall Tory Dean’s Chair. "It is tremendously gratifying to see U of T Law alumni become influential leaders in their field and beyond. Krista has exemplified both passion and commitment, something we hope to inspire in our students."

Photo by Torys via Twitter