Attorney at Law
CA, NY, NJ
Nadine is a graduate of Tufts University and American University's Law School. She has also taught legal writing and… read more research as an Adjunct Law Professor.
"Nadine Koobatian handled our lawsuit with perception and skill. She was responsive and went out of her way to explain everything to us. We were very pleased with the outcome and would highly recommend Nadine."
Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services
Feb 2015 - Present
Primary fundraiser for this non-profit engaged in the resettlement of refugees. Identify, discover, cultivate and solicit supporters capable of making major gifts. Serve as Chief Communications Officer responsible for regular contact with national and local press. Engage in significant preparation of grant applications and grant reports.
Chadbourne & Parke
Sep 1997 - Sep 1999
Engaged in all facets of litigation in state and federal courts including drafting pleadings, arguing motions, discovery, taking and preparing clients for depositions and trial preparation. Focused on insurance coverage, reinsurance and general litigation. Represented insurers in coverage disputes for earthquake damage.
May 1994 - Jul 1997
Litigation Counsel. Participated in insurance coverage litigation involving environmental contamination suits. Represented banks, and government entities including Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in failed savings and loan cases and director and officer liability suits. Also engaged in education law practice.
Commodity Futures Trading Commissions
Sep 1991 - Aug 1994
Engaged in civil prosecution of corporations and individuals for commercial and consumer fraud in federal courts across the United States. Responsible for all aspects of multi-million dollar litigation including drafting pleadings, discovery practice, arguing motions and seeking injunctive relief. Coordinated prosecution with US Attorneys Offices.
American University Washington College of Law
Adjunct Law Professor
Sep 1991 - Jun 1994
Adjunct Professor of legal writing and research course for first year law students. Taught students fundamentals of legal research and writing, trial practice and appellate argument.
Superior Court of the District of Columbia
Judicial Law Clerk
Sep 1990 - Sep 1991
Managed an extremely busy criminal docket, researched criminal law and advised the judge on pending issues before the court. Attended court proceedings daily, wrote bench memoranda and opinions and orders for the court.