About Nicholas Neidzwski
Nicholas "Nick" Neidzwski joined Anderson Carey & Williams in 2015 and is a trial attorney who handles all types of maritime and personal injury litigation. Visit the main website to learn more about maritime law in the State of Washington. Appearing for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts throughout Washington, California, Arizona, and other jurisdictions, Nick Neidzwski's ... read more »
Nicholas "Nick" Neidzwski joined Anderson Carey & Williams in 2015 and is a trial attorney who handles all types of maritime and personal injury litigation.
Visit the main website to learn more about maritime law in the State of Washington.
Appearing for plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts throughout Washington, California, Arizona, and other jurisdictions, Nick Neidzwski's litigation experience includes the successful resolution of various Jones Act, product liability, premise liability, food contamination, construction defect, insurance bad faith, and fire/burn cases on behalf of many different individuals and companies.
Nick Neidzwski's pro bono practice focuses on immigration law, including the representation of individuals facing removal proceedings.
Nick Neidzwski is an active speaker in the Washington state legal community and has presented on topics ranging from maintenance and cure, ethics, and insurance bad faith. Nick grew up in New Jersey with a family spanning three generations under the same roof.
Following graduation from Ramsey, New Jersey public high school, Nick attended New York University for his undergraduate studies in music and business. After graduating with honors from NYU in 2007, Nick moved to Virginia and attended Washington and Lee University School of Law.
At Washington and Lee Law, Nick Neidzwski earned the position of executive editor of the school’s Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice, a publication focused on legal issues that affect historically underrepresented classes of persons.
Nick authored in 2009 a published article entitled The Unconstitutionality of Mississippi's Employment Protection Act And A Framework For Assessing Similar State Immigration Laws,16 Wash. & Lee J. Civ. Rts. & Soc. Just. 225 (2009), which was later cited by the Mississippi Business Journal in 2012.
Nick remains focused on the representation of underrepresented persons throughout the United States.
Nick met his wife at Washington and Lee Law School and they now reside in Mount Vernon, Washington with their son and two dogs.
Nick enjoys spending time with his family on both coasts, performing music, and hiking in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
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- Office: 360-647-2943
|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|Admiralty and Maritime Law||P22||40.00%|
|Spinal Cord Injuries||S3||10.00%|
|Washington||Member in Good Standing||2012|
|California||Member in Good Standing||2010|
|Associate at Cozen O’Connor; San Diego, CA and Seattle, WA||2010 – 2015|
|Anderson Carey & Williams||present|
|Washington and Lee University School of Law||Law||JD||2010|
|New York University||Music Business||B.M., cum laude||2007|
|Member||King County Bar Association||2012 – present|
|Member||Arizona State Bar||2011 – present|
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Posted on Friday, October 30th, 2015
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Posted on Friday, October 9th, 2015
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Posted on Tuesday, April 7th, 2015
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Posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
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Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2015
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Publications and Articles
The Unconstitutionality of Mississippi's Employment Protection Act And A Framework For Assessing Similar State Immigration Laws
Publisher: Wash. & Lee J. Civ. Rts. & Soc. Just.
16 Wash. & Lee J. Civ. Rts. & Soc. Just. 225 (2009) - The article was later cited by the Mississippi Business Journal in 2012.