Monifa Hall is a commercial litigator who focuses on high-stakes, cross-border disputes. Representing companies and individuals, she has specific experience in intellectual property matters.

While attending American University Washington College of Law she was a Research Assistant at the Center on International Commercial Arbitration, was a Staff Writer for the International Law Review, and competed in the Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court Competition in 2018 against students from all over the world. She was also the President of the International Trade and Investment Law Society and an active pro-bono legal volunteer for the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project.

Before law school, Monifa interned for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Office of Equal Rights. She was born and raised in Miami and grew up in a Jamaican-American home.


Speaking Engagements

The Litigation Room: Where it Happens Podcast, Speaker, Young Lawyers and COVID-19: Managing these changing times., September 2020


American University Washington College of Law, 2018

University of Florida, B.A., Anthropology and African American Studies, 2015


Florida Bar, 2019

United States District Court, Southern District of Florida

Practice Areas