Ms. Nair joined K&L Gates as a law clerk prior to graduation. Ms. Nair worked previously as a law clerk at a small boutique firm focusing on FDA, FTC, and intellectual property law.
During her law school studies, Ms. Nair also served as judicial extern for the Honorable Michael P. Toomin of the Illinois Appellate Court, First District. She researched the influence of Darwinism on Justice Holmes’ First Amendment jurisprudence as a research assistant for Professor Steven Heyman as well.
Prior to law school, Ms. Nair worked as a research assistant for Professor Colin Orians at Tufts University. She also worked as laboratory assistant for Agrawal Herbivory Lab at Cornell University and as a research assistant for the Trimmer Lab at Tufts University. Her research experience include projects such as examining spatial heterogeneity and carbon sequestration patterns in Solanaceae, chemical analysis of Asclepius incarnata specimens, kinetic tracking of tobacco hornworm caterpillar movement, and the development of a new protocol to examine the effect of leaf material damage caused by gypsy moth and tobacco hornworm caterpillars on plant chemical defenses.