Professor Hall graduated from the Cornell Law School in 1993, and joined the faculty of the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 1999. Before joining the Louisville faculty, he practiced law with the corporate law department and health care law practice group of Taft, Stettinius and Hollister in Cincinnati, Ohio.
At Louisville, Professor Hall has taught courses in Contracts, Torts, Products Liability, Insurance Law and Health Law. His research interests and publications are primarily in the fields of drug and medical device liability and mental health law. He has presented scholarly work at regional, national and international conferences; most recently at the University of Akron's annual IP Roundtable. Professor Hall's most recent article, The Quantified Self Movement: Legal Challenges and Benefits of Personal Biometric Data Tracking, appears in the Akron Intellectual Property Journal.
He has served as President of the Central States Law School Association and Chair of the AALS Section on Mental Disability and the Law.