Jill joined the Milwaukee Bucks in December 2019 and is responsible for drafting, negotiating and managing all contracts relating to the Milwaukee Bucks, Fiserv Forum, and their respective ancillary businesses including the Wisconsin Herd, Bucks Gaming, The Cluckery, and GATHER at Deer District. During the pandemic, Jill was on the Bucks’ COVID-19 Task Force and helped develop the protocols to transform Fiserv Forum into a cashless environment and provide the safest environment possible for all employees and fans while adhering to all local health department rules and implementing industry best standards to reopen Fiserv Forum safely. Prior to the Milwaukee Bucks, Jill was Staff Counsel for the Miami Marlins, where she reviewed and drafted corporate sponsorship agreements, luxury suite and premium seat agreements, marketing agreements, non-baseball event agreements, third-party vendor agreements, and waivers and releases for events at LoanDepot Park, and provided support for legal issues relating to the Marlins’ minor league operations.
After law school, prior to working in professional sports, Jill worked in collegiate athletics as an Assistant Director of Athletic Compliance for the University of Southern California. At USC, Jill was responsible for ensuring compliance with all USC, Pac-12 Conference and NCAA rules and regulations and ultimately worked with 20 of USC’s 21 sport programs.
Jill currently serves as a Board Member for the Sports & Entertainment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin.
Jill graduated cum laude from Marquette University Law School (L’17), and is a recipient of a Sports Law Certificate from the National Sports Law Institute. Jill has two publications in the Marquette Sports Law Review where she also served as Editor-in-Chief during the 2016-17 academic year, and won the 2016 Marquette Sports Law Review Comment Competition Award as well as the 2016 Annual Sports Law Alumni Achievement Award. During law school, Jill held internships with the Milwaukee Bucks, National College Athletic Association (NCAA), Marquette University’s Office of General Counsel, National Labor Relations Board, and the National Sports Law Institute.