Erica J. Hashimoto is a Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center where she serves as the Director of the Appellate Litigation Program. She has litigated before the United States Courts of Appeals for the D.C., Eleventh, and Fourth Circuits. Prior to joining the Georgetown faculty, she was the Allen Post Professor of Law at the University of Georgia.While there, she started an appellate litigation clinic that accepted appointments from federal courts of appeals, and she was named a Josiah Meigs Professor, the university’s highest teaching honor.
Prior to teaching at the University of Georgia, Professor Hashimoto was an assistant federal public defender in Washington, D.C.She also clerked for the Honorable David S. Tatel of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and for the Honorable Paul L. Friedman of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
"What It’s Like to Be Sentenced in DC’s Federal Courthouse During COVID-19 Pandemic," coverage in The National Law Journal, March 25, 2020, featuring Professor Erica Hashimoto.
"Taxpayers will foot legal bills for once-wealthy developer," coverage by the Miami Herald, September 1, 2019, mentioning Professor Erica Hashimoto. Also covered by the Hartford Courant.
"Gang Crime Doesn't Warrant Deportation, 4th Circ. Says," coverage by Law360, July 19, 2019, mentioning Professor Erica J. Hashimoto, Anjali Parekh Prakash, fellow, Appellate Litigation Program, Teresa Rubinger and Elijah Staggers.
"DC Circ. Revives 6 Iran Terror Liability Suits," coverage by Law360, May 10, 2019, mentioning Professor Erica Hashimoto.