Darrell Hill is the ACLU of Arizona's policy director. Before taking on this role, Darrell worked as a staff attorney for the affiliate for over 7 years. Darrell's work includes legal and non-legal advocacy in the areas of LGBT rights, the First Amendment, Equal Protection, Due Process, education law, voting rights, police practices, prisoner rights, criminal records and public records. Darrell has successfully litigated numerous case on behalf of the ACLU, including cases concerning Arizona’s Free Exercise of Religion Act, public records law, and the First Amendment. Darrell has also provided testimony to the Arizona Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights regarding voting rights and assisted the ACLU’s Demand to Learn campaign in creating a report concerning barriers to enrollment in Arizona charter schools- Schools Choosing Students. Darrell’s casework includes ongoing litigation and direct advocacy efforts in the areas of education law, voting rights and the First Amendment.