Endya L. Hash joined the firm in 2018. Ms. Hash graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where she was Issues Editor of the Louisiana Law Review, and research assistant to Melissa T. Lonegrass. While in law school, Ms. Hash received CALI awards for the highest grade in Legal Traditions and Systems; Law of Obligations; Introduction to Intellectual Property; Patent Law; Successions, Donations & Trusts; and Conflicts of Law. Ms. Hash also received LSU’s Esprit de Femme Student Leadership Award for making exceptional efforts towards the advancement of women on campus.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Hash graduated summa cum laude and with College Honors from Louisiana State University earning a B.A. Liberal Arts | Minor in Italian, and a B.A. Religious Studies | Minor in Philosophy.Ms. Hash presented her undergraduate thesis, “Artist/Philosophers: Reading Art as Philosophy and Self-Creationism,” at the Art History Undergraduate Symposium at the University of Texas at Tyler.
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC ACTIVITIES
Louisiana State Law Institute Counsel, Junior Member (2019)
Louisiana State Law Institute Prescription Committee, Member (2019)
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
“Bond for Deed in Louisiana: 99 Problems but Being a Sale Ain’t One” 78 LA. L. REV. 1289 (2018)
Represented the Plaintiff’s Steering Committee through ethical hurdles to settling multi-million-dollar pharmaceutical multi-district litigation
Representation of a nation-wide law firm in a multi-million-dollar malpractice arbitration