July 12, 2020

Volume X, Number 194

Nadira Clarke

Nadira Clarke manages complex, high-stakes criminal and civil environmental matters for companies and individuals. A former Assistant US Attorney and trial lawyer with the Department of Justice Environment & Natural Resources Division, Nadira is an experienced advocate, representing clients in both jury and bench trials. Her first-chair experience includes complex cases requiring a mastery of technical or scientific information, as well as the use of expert witnesses. Nadira counsels her clients on preparing for search warrants, responding to grand jury and administrative subpoenas, conducting internal investigations and designing corporate compliance programs.

Nadira's background with the Department of Justice (DOJ) provides a helpful point of view for her clients. She was selected to join the US Attorney General's Honor Program at the DOJ where she served as a trial attorney with the Environmental Crimes Section and the Natural Resources Section. Because of her distinguished performance, Nadira was asked to serve as a Special Assistant to the Assistant Attorney General for the Environment & Natural Resources Division. In that role, she handled a variety of civil and criminal matters impacting national environmental policy. The invaluable connections she developed during her time with the DOJ mean that Nadira has exceptional understanding of governmental resources and processes.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Nadira Clarke