Jill Hollander

Jill Hollander

Deputy Animal Cruelty & Elder Abuse Unit

Deputy Animal Cruelty & Elder Abuse Unit

Jill Hollander is a career prosecutor who joined the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office in 2002. She is a graduate of Emory University’s School of Law and of Tufts University, from which she graduated cum laude. She is admitted to practice in the State of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, and the Northern District of Georgia. Jill specializes in the areas of digital evidence-based prosecution, animal cruelty, and family violence, skill sets which have led to success in thousands of cases, many of them complex and high profile.

Jill has extensive litigation experience. She has served as a lead prosecutor on thousands of cases of varying degrees of severity and has a passion for seeking justice for those who cannot speak for themselves. She has served as Chief of the Crimes against Animals Division since 2010 and works with law enforcement and private agencies to prevent and prosecute animal cruelty.

Jill has been recognized for her skills and dedication to justice, receiving numerous awards from the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. Jill received awards for “A Voice for Victims” in 2005 and special merit awards in 2015, 2016, and 2017, and was named “Trial Division Attorney of the Year in 2009 and “Employee of the Year” in 2018. Jill also was honored with the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys’ “Unity Award” in 2019. Jill is a frequent presenter at national conferences at which she trains law enforcement officers, attorneys, and other professionals in topics related to Family Violence, Animal Cruelty, and Ethics. She serves as faculty for the Association of Prosecuting Attorney’s Animal Cruelty Advisory Council and Domestic Violence Advisory Committee.