Eric Adam Huang is a 2005 graduate of the Washington College of Law. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University in 2001. As a law student, Eric participated in the Criminal Justice Clinic, sat on the school's Admissions Committee, was a senator in the Student Bar Association, and performed as part of the annual Law Revue. At graduation, he was one of the recipients of the Clair A. Cripe Award, given to an outstanding graduating student in the field of correctional law.
Immediately following his time at WCL, Eric served as law clerk for two years to the Honorable Robert Mack Bell, now-retired Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. Eric then spent the next four years prosecuting as an Assistant Attorney General with the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Public Safety Division, in both the Criminal and Juvenile Sections. Eric is now an Assistant Attorney General with OAG's Personnel and Labor Relations Section, where he works closely with the General Counsels and Directors of each District government agency and acts as their litigating arm, defending the city at both the trial and appellate levels. Eric litigates and arbitrates in the following practice areas: employment, labor, workers' compensation, unemployment, employment discrimination, and collective bargaining. Besides serving on the Dean's Advisory Council, Eric is also chair of the Myers GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Society, and is a member of the Myers Society.