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Hillary Warren Major

Ms. Warren Major has experience litigating in court trials, arbitrations, and administration hearings in California, New York, and Washington D.C. She focuses on complex commercial litigation, real estate law, and employment law. Before joining Tong Robbins, Ms. Warren Major worked in big law, representing financial institutions and some of the world’s largest corporations. She also practiced at Morgan Stanley, where she advised the bank on federal regulatory and securities law. Ms. Warren Major has also represented small and medium businesses against the U.S. Department of the Treasury and U.S. Department of Justice.

practice areas

Business Litigation, including contracts, partner disputes and breakups, employment discrimination, wage and hour, and employee misclassification matters

Real Estate Litigation, including purchase and sale of real property, landlord/tenant, neighbor disputes, and actions against municipalities regarding zoning, variances, conditional use, building, and demolition permits

Malpractice Litigation, including professional liability actions against attorneys, accountants, architects, and real estate agents/brokers


Volunteer Attorney, Legal Services NYC, 2012-2014

Co-Counsel with Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund in Prinzivalli v. Farley, the catalyst case to affect change in New York City’s policy governing the amendment of birth certificates for transgender people

Clinical Student, Death Penalty Clinic at Northwestern University School of Law’s Bluhm Legal Clinic, 2011-2012

publications & media

University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D Candidate in History, 2015-2016

Northwestern University Law School, J.D. 2012 (Editor of the Northwestern Univ. Law Review)

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, B.A in History, 2008


Member of the State Bar of California (No. 321294)

Member of the State Bar of New York (No. 5208996)

Hillary Warren Major
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