Director of Experiential Learning and Associate Professor of Law
B.A., Queens College
J.D., Mississippi College School of Law
Courses taught: Externship I and II; Juvenile Law; Juvenile Clinical Course; Lawyering Skills I, II, and IV; Academic Success Program I and III; Domestic Relations Drafting; Professional Responsibility
Professor Hash, an East Tennessee native, oversees LMU Law’s externship program, simulation courses, and clinical courses. Previously, Hash served as the dean of students from 2010 to 2015.
From 2003 to 2006, Hash worked as a trial attorney with a firm in Mississippi representing a small company in mass tort defense litigation, an insurance company in subrogation claims, and plaintiffs in nursing home negligence actions. From 2007 to 2008, Hash clerked for a Tennessee juvenile judge and developed a passion for representing minors in dependent and neglect cases. From 2008 to 2010, she managed a private practice representing children, alleged incompetents, and petitioners in juvenile and chancery court matters.
Sperm, Egg, and a Petri Dish: Unveiling the Underlying Property Issues Surrounding Cryopreserved Embryos, The Journal of Legal Medicine (2006)