Ian Hargreaves


Mr. Hargreaves is an associate attorney with the Federal Practice Group. His practice focuses on government contracts and civil litigation. In this role, Mr. Hargreaves counsels and represents government contractors in bid protests, size protests, and solicitation reviews; terminations, constructive change claims, equitable adjustment requests, and other federal government contract performance disputes; Buy American compliance and navigating the complex system of domestic sourcing requirements for federal contractors; alternative dispute resolution and prime contractor-subcontractor disputes, as well as suspension and debarment proceedings. Mr. Hargreaves also regularly represents clients in other administrative law matters before agency forums, federal district courts, and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

Before joining the Federal Practice Group as an associate attorney, Mr. Hargreaves served as a law clerk for FPG while attending law school and as a legal intern in the chambers of the Honorable Marian Blank Horn at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

Mr. Hargreaves is a Virginia Tech graduate who holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies, with a focus on World Politics, and a Bachelor of Arts in German. He received his Juris Doctor, with a concentration in Government Procurement, from the George Washington University Law School.

  • J.D., The George Washington University Law School
  • B.A. International Studies, Virginia Tech
  • B.A. German, Virginia Tech
  • District of Columbia
  • “Understanding the Standards of Bid Protest Standing: A comparative Analysis of Bid Protest Standing Rights and Requirements Across Ninety-Eight Countries and the European Union” published in the Winter 2022 volume of the Public Contract Law Journal, and second place winner in Division I of the American Bar Association’s 2021 Public Contract Law Journal Writing Competition.
  • “Hatching a Plan: Filling the Enforcement Gap in the Hatch Act and the Extraordinary Case of Kellyanne Conway,” published in the Spring 2021 volume of the UC Davis Business Law Journal.