Hodson Harding

2017 Summer Student, 2019 / 2020 Articling Student | Calgary

403.206.6335

Portrait of Hodson Harding

Hodson returns to Miller Thomson after enjoying his time as a summer student in 2017. He received his JD from Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law, where he was actively involved in numerous organizations such as the community legal clinic. Externally, he was able to aid the progression of diversity in law school admissions as the National Chapter Representative of the Black Law Students’ Association of Canada (BSLAC). Prior to his third year, Hodson was awarded the Lucie and Thornton Blackburn scholarship.

Hodson also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Rice University in Houston, Texas where he competed as a Division One student-athlete. During his undergrad, he competed in track and field both nationally for Team British Columbia and internationally. Hodson still holds both Provincial and National track records alike.

In his spare time, Hodson enjoys traveling, reading fantasy novels, hiking with friends, and walking his colleagues’ dogs. On an average day, you can find him testing out his smoothie making skills on his magic bullet.

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