General Civil Litigation
Elijah Huston was born in Woodbine, Maryland in 1984 and admitted to the North Carolina bar in 2015. Elijah received a B.A. with distinction in 2007 from the Virginia Military Institute and a J.D. in January 2015 from the William & Mary Law School, where he was a staff member on the Environmental Law and Policy Review, after an accelerated 2.5 year schedule.
Prior to working at Hogue Hill, LLP, Elijah served as both an enlisted member and officer in the United States Marine Corps. As a Marine, Elijah held positions including foreign military advisory team leader, platoon commander, and staff engineer officer and served on multiple combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. Following his career in the Marine Corps, Elijah worked as a senior logistics consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton where he advised government clients on life-cycle logistics support for intelligence systems. During law school, Elijah worked under the direction of multiple attorneys in private practice primarily providing litigation support, representing small businesses in civil disputes.
Elijah Huston began practicing with Hogue Hill, LLP in July 2015 and currently focuses his practice in the areas of general civil litigation, eminent domain, and inverse condemnation. He is a member of the American, North Carolina, and New Hanover County Bar Associations.