Mohammad “Mo” Hamoudi is a plaintiff’s trial and appellate lawyer at the Herrmann Law Group in Seattle where he works on civil rights, complex tort, aviation disaster cases in state and federal court. He is committed to representing ordinary people who face extraordinary circumstances.
Previously, he was a trial and appellate lawyer at the Federal Defender office in Seattle. He is active in his legal and personal community.
He is an adjunct professor at Seattle University School of Law, mentors high school and college students who aspire to be stakeholders in the legal system, and coaches his son’s basketball team.
He also is a published poet who publishes under his mother's maiden name Niazmand to honor her and the sacrifices she made when she migrated to the United States to provide a better life for him. His accomplishments have been reported by local and national media.
- A Legal Primer for Journalists United States District Court and the Federal Bar Association Western District of Washington, Federal Bar Association, September 12, 2018
- Challenging Digital Evidence Obtained through RoundUp and Torrential Downpour, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, August 11, 2020
- Courts During COVID: Challenges and Successes, The Ninth Circuit Judicial Historical Society, February 9, 2021
- The Due Process Protection Act, Brady, and the Ninth Circuit Model Orders: a Debate on Disclosure Reform, 9th Circuit Conference of Chief District Judges, February 23, 2021
- How Technological Progress and the Investigative Tools Associated with it Impacts the Fourth Amendment, Las Vegas Federal Defender's Office, May 27, 2021.
- Electronic Ethics, Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, November 5, 2021.
- NIBIN Misrepresentations and Racial Profiling, a Franks Study, DPD Training, March 8, 2022
- Martha Bellisle, Tool for police reform rarely used by local prosecutors, Associated Press, October 21, 2021
- Mike Carter, Charges tossed after judge rules King County detective used false statements for warrant, may have relied on racial stereotypes, Seattle Times, December 20, 2021
- Gene Johnson, Judge: Detective made false statements to obtain warrant, Associated Press, December 20, 2021
- Ashley Hiruko and Liz Brazile, This Auburn cop killed 3 and injured others. His department didn't stop him - outsiders did, NPR, October 30, 2020
- Mike Carter, Auburn officer charged with murder has history of using force, be it dog, first or gun, Seattle Times, August 22, 2020