Justin DiCharia is a litigator in the Washington DC office who focuses his practice on complex civil litigation. He has co-authored several articles on the firm’s Sixth Circuit Appellate Blog.

    Graduating first in his class at Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Justin interned for Louisiana First Circuit Judge Guy Holdridge and Louisiana Fifth Circuit Judge Fredericka Wicker. Prior to law school, he reported at the Louisiana Statehouse for the Manship News Service, covering higher education, the state budget and state hospital funding.

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    • Consulted pro bono attorneys in Louisiana on constitutional issues surrounding recent Supreme Court cases and drafting an argument regarding retroactivity for a post-conviction relief template.
    • Defending an international construction company in a multibillion dollar lawsuit with a specific focus on discovery matters within the litigation.
    • Defending an international bank against OFAC sanctions.
    • Aided a client with an administrative comment letter.
    • Representing a pro bono client in an employment wage dispute with client’s former employer.

    Education

    • Louisiana State University, J.D., summa cum laude, Order of the Coif, Order of the Barristers, development editor, Louisiana Law Review, 2019
    • Louisiana State University, B.A.M.C., summa cum laude, University Medalist (4.0 or higher GPA), 2016

    Admissions

    • District of Columbia, 2020
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    • Author, “The Plight of the Unpopular Poor: Sex Offender Registration and Notification Costs to Indigent Offenders in Louisiana,” Louisiana Law Review, January 2019.

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