Courses and administrative duties
Professor Hillinger teaches Contracts, Consumer Bankruptcy, Mortgages, and Secured Transactions.
Before joining the faculty of the Southern New England School of Law in 1989, Professor Hillinger was the Director of Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary. He also served as law clerk to Judge Walter E. Hoffman of the United States District Court for the Eastern Division of Virginia.
Prior to beginning law school, Professor Hillinger taught history and political science at Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia. Professor Hillinger has been admitted to the Virginia Bar.
Professor Hillinger's publications include:
Waiver or Modification: That is the Question, 50-Feb. Boston B.J. 6 (2006)
The Story of YMPs (Yield Maintenance Premiums) in Bankruptcy, 3 DePaul Bus. & Comm. L.J. 449 (2005) (co-author)
Environmental Affairs in Bankruptcy: 2004, 12 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 331 (2004) (co-author)
Commercial Transactions: Secured Financing (3d. ed., LexisNexis 2003) (co-editor)
2001: A Code Odyssey (New Dawn for the Article 9 Secured Creditor), 106 Comm. L.J. 105 (2001) (co-author)
Consumer Protection in and Around the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA) in UNDERSTANDING ELECTRONIC CONTRACTING: UCITA, E-SIGNATURE, FEDERAL, STATE & FOREIGN RELATIONS, 649 PLI/PAT 401 (Practicing Law Institute, 2001) (co-author)
Commercial Transactions: Secured Financing (2d. ed., Lexis Law Publishing, 1999) (co-editor)
Section 365 in the Consumer Context: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, 104 Comm. L. J. 377 (1999) (co-author)
How Fresh a Start?: What are “Household Goods” for Purposes of Section 522(f)(1)(B)(I) Lien Avoidance?, 15 Bankr. Dev. J. 1 (1998)
How Are You Going To Keep Them Down On The (Collective) Farm After They’ve Seen Chicago?: A Minor’s Right to Political Asylum Against his Parents’ Wishes, 4 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 59 (1983)