Résumé of Michael D. Hoke

Bar and Court Admissions

Massachusetts (Inactive)


U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Harvard Law School
Cambridge, MA
J.D. cum laude

Activities: Journal of Law and Technology, Line editor, Spring symposium staff

The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
M.A. (Ph.D. ABD) in Economics

Honors: Full graduate fellowship

University of Colorado
Boulder, CO
B.A. in Biochemistry, Economics, and Philosophy

Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Boettcher Foundation Scholarship (full scholarship)
Activities: President, Legislative Council, Student Union ($21 million operating budget)

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP
Denver, CO

Practice centered on commercial, securities, and municipal litigation.

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, LLP
Boston, MA

Practice centered on commercial, securities, and antitrust litigation. Drafted motions and memoranda, prepared discovery requests, reviewed discovery materials, supervised document reviews.

Sidley Austin LLP
Washington, DC
Summer Associate

Researched state deceptive-trade-practices law, legal issues pertaining to natural gas pipeline regulation, indecency laws, and SEC rules.

Office of the Regional Solicitor, U.S. Department of Labor
Boston, MA
Legal Intern

Researched legal issues pertaining to ERISA and OSHA. Catalogued and analyzed discovery materials, prepared discovery requests, helped screen new cases.

Fannie Mae
Washington, DC
Economist/Financial Engineer, Credit Policy Division

Researched credit pricing, collateral valuation, automated underwriting, counterparty risk, fraud, and product performance.

Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Deptartment of Labor
Washington, DC
Economist, Division of Price and Index Number Research

Researched hedonic quality adjustments to audio-product price indices. Built local, cost-effective CPI database.

The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics

Gave recitations in microeconomic theory (graduate), intermediate microeconomic theory (undergraduate), and elements of microeconomics (undergraduate).

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