Hariton Wilson is a litigation associate at Franklin & Prokopik’s Herndon Office. Before joining the firm, Hariton served as a judicial clerk in the Baltimore City Circuit Court, and subsequently as a law clerk and associate attorney for two small boutique firms in Northern Virginia. Prior to joining Franklin & Prokopik, Hariton’s experience focused on litigation of business and real estate law disputes, including disputes arising from parties to residential sales contracts and disputes between business owners. Hariton also handled matters involving contractors and homeowners in disputes over construction or renovation contracts.

During law school, Hariton served as a research assistant to his first-year tort law professor, Professor Donald Gifford. Hariton also edited the Journal of Race, Religion, Gender, & Culture as a staff editor. In college, Hariton qualified and competed nationally on the University of Maryland’s Mock Trial Team.


Hariton grew up in the Maryland-D.C. area and is fluent in Russian. In his free time, Hariton enjoys riding his bike, reading classical literature, spending time with his family, and playing pickleball. Hariton is also a board member for the church he has attended in Northern Virginia for the past fifteen years.