NADIN S. SAID
Ms. Said channels her competitive drive and teamwork mentality to achieve the best results for her clients. She understands the importance of meeting with clients at the earliest stage of a litigated matter to best protect her clients with the strongest defense.
Over her career, Ms. Said represented numerous clients in civil matters, ranging from personal injury to civil rights violations. Prior to joining Macdonald and Cody, LLP, she dedicated her time in both private and public practice, where she represented indigenous clients in all criminal misdemeanor matters and was never afraid to take a case to trial in order to get a fair outcome for her clients.
During law school, Ms. Said paid special attention to detail and perfection, which allowed her to become the Editor-in-Chief of the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal at the University of Denver. Ms. Said also published articles in national law journals and nationally circulated magazines, regarding sports and entertainment law and police misconduct. She devoted her time to promoting diversity with all organizations in her law school, including the Black Law Students Association, Hispanic Law Students Association and LGBT, and founded the Middle East and North African Law Society.
Ms. Said now focuses on defending her clients in personal injury matters, where she dedicates all of her time to find the best resolution by investigating and litigating each matter thoroughly for her clients. Through her investigation, she has successfully settled cases within low policy limits by exposing corrupt unsupported allegations on part of the litigating party.
Ms. Said enjoys her time practicing law, working out, and watching her favorite sports team, the Los Angeles Clippers, play basketball.
- Homeowner Bodily Injury
- Property Damage Claims
- University of Denver, JD, 2015
- California Polytechnic University, Pomona, BA, 2012
- State Bar of California