Alexandria ''Ali'' Hohman
Toll Free: (877) 264-1591
Phone: (206) 264-1590
Fax: (206) 264-1593
The Pioneer Building
600 1st Ave #512
Seattle, Washington 98104
Alexandria “Ali” Hohman is a smart, dedicated and creative attorney who is the newest addition to the staff at the Meryhew Law Group. Ali is a 2011 graduate of Seattle University School of Law. In the time since law school she has worked as a Judicial Clerk for the Skagit County Superior Court, in a family law practice, and as a public defender in Okanogan County handling a wide range of criminal cases. This broad base of experience has enabled Ali to develop very strong client interaction and negotiation skills. Ali has a knack for quickly forming meaningful connections with her clients, and she is committed to the client-centered approach to legal representation that is the hallmark of the Meryhew Law Group.
Ali is both an excellent advocate in Court, and a very talented researcher and writer on the complex legal issues we face in our practice every day. She is taking primary responsibility at the Meryhew Law Group for our petitions to remove sex offender registration, requests to reduce community notification risk levels, motions to modify the judgment and sentence, probation reviews, motions to seal or expunge the record of conviction, protection order defense, and a caseload of misdemeanor and felony offenses.
Ali graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 2006. She is a Las Vegas native. While in college she traveled widely and studied abroad in New Zealand, Austria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, China and Tibet. She has also traveled on her own to Australia, Brazil, Mexico and throughout the United States. After college she worked for a few years at her family’s cement industry business performing accounting and management functions, and then in 2008 she began law school at Seattle University School of Law.
During law school Ali was active with the Women’s Law Caucus and she worked as a paid research assistant for law school Professor Paula Lustbader for two and a half years. Her projects with Professor Lustbader included research and design assistance for a groundbreaking continuing legal education program that has become an annual event--The Civility Promise: Fostering Care and Respect in the Legal Profession. Ali also assisted Professor Lustbader as the Project Manager for the first of what are now annual continuing legal education courses taught in Tuscany, Italy.
Washington Bar Association
King County Bar Association
Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Washington Defender Association
Washington Women Lawyers Association
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Washington Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers