Austin Hollimon works with plaintiffs and defendants on a range of litigation cases, including appellate, government investigations, and antitrust matters. He previously served as a summer associate at the firm.
Prior to beginning his legal career, Austin taught immigrants and refugees English in Houston, Texas, through Teach for America. Later, he founded Commit Youth, a non-profit that inspires students to pursue their dreams of education. He then launched Commit Youth in Atlanta at Cristo Rey High School.
Austin paused Commit Youth to pursue the 2016 Olympics. After his Olympic bid, he returned to Cristo Rey to serve as a relationship manager and corporate curriculum lead.
He earned his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Howard University School of Law. While in law school, he served as managing editor of the Howard Law Journal, a student-attorney for the Civil Rights Appellate Clinic, and a fraternity member of Sigma Delta Tau Legal Fraternity, the nation’s oldest historically Black legal fraternity. Austin’s student note, “Hiding in Plain Sight,” argues for abolishing qualified immunity through an original interpretation of the Privileges or Immunities Clause. His publication won the White & Case Award for best-published student note.
Austin received his Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University, where he ran varsity track, becoming an NCAA Champion, a participant in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, and an Ivy-League record holder.
- January 31, 2024
Howard University School of Law, J.D., 2023, cum laude
- Howard Law Journal, Managing Editor
- White & Case Award Winner for Best Published Student Note
- Sigma Delta Tau Legal Fraternity, Member
Princeton University, B.A., 2013
- State Bar of Georgia