Nowell D. Bamberger is an associate based in the Washington office.
Mr. Bamberger’s practice focuses on commercial and securities litigation, as well as international arbitration. His typical assignments include representation of major financial institutions, highly-sophisticated investors and investment professionals with respect to matters arising under federal and state securities and commodities laws, representation of diverse domestic and international clients in a broad spectrum of commercial litigation and investigatory matters, and representation of sovereign clients in investment dispute arbitration and ancillary proceedings in the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Bamberger is also involved in the firm's pro bono practice, and has represented a number of clients in various immigration proceedings. He has published on various aspects of international investment policy, constitutional law and other matters.
Mr. Bamberger joined the firm in 2008. He received a J.D. degree, with honors in law, from the University of Washington School of Law in 2008 where he was comments and articles editor of the Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal
; and an undergraduate degree, cum laude
, from the University of Washington.
Mr. Bamberger is a member of the Bars in Maryland, the District of Columbia and the Tulalip Indian Reservation.