Nadine Nasser Donovan
BA, summa cum laude, Fordham University
JD, cum laude, Boston College Law School
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Ms. Donovan received her J.D., cum laude, from Boston College Law School in 1993. After graduating, Ms. Donovan joined the New York City Law Department, Office of the Corporation Counsel. She worked in the Family Court Division until 1995 and then worked in the Tort Division until 1996. From 1996 until January 2004, she worked at the firm of Rindler·Morgan PC in Boston, becoming a partner in 2002. From July 2004 to April 2011, she was of counsel to Martin, Magnuson, McCarthy & Kenney in Boston. In April 2011, she became a partner at the firm of Mulvey, Ennis, Keefe, and Donovan, LLC. Ms. Donovan received her B.A., summa cum laude, from Fordham University and has studied at the Sorbonne in Paris. Ms. Donovan has taught in the LL.M. program for thirteen years.
Research and Writing Seminar: LAW JD 893
This two-credit Legal Research and Writing seminar is required for LL.M. students in the American Law program and optional for students in the LL.M. programs in Banking and Financial Law and Taxation. It is specifically designed to introduce foreign lawyers to the basic principles of American legal writing. In small class settings and individual conferences, students receive guidance on drafting and editing memoranda and agreements. Their work is critiqued and rewritten. The research component of the seminar trains students to locate cases, statutes and secondary material through indexing systems and the latest computer technology. Research assignments are integrated into writing assignments -- exposing students to the methods of US legal analyses -- so that by the end of the term, students obtain the skills needed to write memoranda appropriate for submission to US law firms.FALL 2017: LAW JD 893 A1 , Sep 11th to Dec 4th 2017
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