Ms. Hall, an associate in the firm's litigation department and health care practice group, advises clients in litigation, including general liability, employment law, toxic torts, and medical malpractice.
She represents clients in general litigation cases. Her experience includes:
- Defending a general contractor in a construction defect case brought by a representative of the U.S. Government;
- Obtaining a dismissal on behalf of a multinational pasta manufacturer in a product liability lawsuit; and
- Representing the interests of various malls and casinos in the State of Maryland against multiple personal injury lawsuits.
In addition to her general litigation practice, Ms. Hall represents clients in defense of medical malpractice claims. Her recent work for health care clients includes assisting in the defense of a major hospital network in a medical malpractice action brought by a former patient against a claim of failure to monitor recovery adequately.
Ms. Hall graduated cum laude from Washington and Lee University School of Law, where she was an editor on the Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice, and a secretary for Black Law Students’ Association. In 2015, Ms. Hall became the National Champion in the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition. In her final year of law school, Ms. Hall successfully represented indigent defendants in criminal trials, where she achieved not-guilty verdicts on all matters brought to trial. In 2016, she received the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Award for excelling in demonstrating the attributes of an effective trial advocate.
- District of Columbia
- State of Maryland
- U.S. District Court, District of Maryland
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit