Nina brings more than a decade of civil legal services and management experience to her work at Everytown Law.
Nina helps manage and develop the work of the Everytown Law team. She oversees the team’s hiring and internship programs, liaises with academic, non-profit, and pro bono partners, leads the team’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts and coordinates with Everytown’s wider DEI work, facilitates Everytown Law’s participation in conferences and events, helps manage the Everytown Law Fund, and helps support and promote the team’s litigation work.
Prior to joining Everytown Law, Nina was a Supervising Attorney with New York Legal Assistance Group’s LegalHealth division, the largest medical-legal partnership in the nation. At LegalHealth, she ran free legal clinics at cancer centers, representing low-income patients in a variety of civil legal matters, including housing, immigration, public benefits, and family law. Nina’s work with oncology patients led her to co-author a medical textbook chapter that outlined the legal protections for and financial concerns of cancer caregivers. Recognizing the lack of medically appropriate temporary housing for unhoused patients undergoing cancer treatment, Nina also helped spearhead an interdisciplinary coalition that developed concrete policy recommendations and funding proposals for medical respite in New York City.
Boston College, B.A.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D.
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