Eric Cheung Hall has worked with clients in a variety of complex state and federal litigation matters. These matters include representation of large brand name and generic pharmaceutical manufacturers in multistate class actions and state civil investigations.
Eric also maintains a robust pro bono practice. In the past year, he played a key role in securing asylum on behalf of a refugee, represented an inmate in federal habeas proceedings, and was a member of the team that successfully defended city counselors sued for their attempts to remove Confederate statues in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Before law school, Eric served as a paralegal specialist in the FDA's Office of the Chief Counsel, where he assisted with enforcement actions and defensive administrative litigation.
- University of Virginia (J.D. 2018; Editor-in-Chief, Virginia Law & Business Review); University of Maryland (B.S. in Physiology & Neurobiology with honors 2012)
- District of Columbia
- Law Clerk, U.S. Attorney's Office, Central District of California (Summer 2016); Paralegal Specialist, Office of the Chief Counsel, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (2012-2015)