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Bar Admissions

District of Columbia (2020)


George Mason University Law School, JD, 2020

Washington State University, BA (Public Affairs) summa cum laude, 2015


Immigration Updates Continuing Legal Education (CLE), Prince William County Bar Association, October 2022


Morsal Hashimee is an associate immigration attorney at the HMA Law Firm. Before joining HMA, Ms. Hashimee worked at Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, P.C., where she focused primarily on family petitions and removal defense cases. Prior to that, Ms. Hashimee was an associate at Immigrants First, PLLC, where she clerked as a law student and first discovered her passion for immigration law. She has over four years’ experience in preparing and litigating asylum cases before the Executive Office of Immigration Review, and currently specializes in representing asylum cases pending before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

While at George Mason University Law School, Ms. Hashimee was a member of the Journal of Law, Economics & Policy. She had legal internships at the Department of Interior Office of Civil Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, adjudicating employment discrimination claims. In her last year of law school, Ms. Hashimee interned at Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, advocating for D.C. residents with developmental and intellectual disabilities in guardianship proceedings.  


Subsequent to earning her Bachelor of Arts from Washington State University, Ms. Hashimee also interned at the White House Office of Presidential Correspondence as a federal agency liaison, connecting citizens to their government. She views her work as a conduit for her public service motivations, and a way to honor the immigrant community from which she came.



Publications & Blog Posts

Hashimee, M., & Bentson-Royal, M.B. (2017). Getting there: Intersections of identity and the journey toward accessible transportation. In D. L. Baker (Ed.), Disability and U.S. politics: Participation, policy, and controversy volume two (pp. 31-55). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Abandoned, Afghans Desperately Wait for News of Pending Humanitarian Parole Applications Amidst Unprecedented Levels of Poverty and Hunger, Nov. 23, 2023

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