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Attorney Nathan Soowal

Nathan Soowal

ATTORNEY AT LAW

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866-335-1513

Biography

Nathan Soowal is the founding member of Nathan Soowal, P.A. Mr. Soowal is a fourth generation Floridian with deep roots within the local community. After graduating from Florida Atlantic University with a dual bachelor’s degree in Accounting and in Economics, Mr. Soowal attended Florida International University College of Law. During his time there, Mr. Soowal volunteered at FIU’s pro bono legal clinic, providing legal assistance to struggling members of the surrounding community. Mr. Soowal also worked as a research assistant while attending FIU, providing assistance in the editing and proofing of Bank Funding, Liquidity, and Capital Adequacy: A Law and Finance Approach, and was awarded a CALI Award for having the highest grade in Copyright. Prior to forming Nathan Soowal, P.A., Mr. Soowal accumulated experience at three civil litigation firms, and handled a variety of cases, including foreclosure defense, HOA/COA disputes, personal injury, timeshare consumer law, commercial litigation disputes, and ADA and FLSA Defense. Mr. Soowal is admitted to practice in the State of Florida and in front of the United States Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Mr. Soowal also has an extensive background in Marketing and Advertising, having successfully provided value to various businesses via affiliate marketing, as well as managing several successful advertising campaigns for law firms and other businesses.

Education

  • Florida International University College of Law, Miami, Florida
  • Florida Atlantic University
    Major: Accounting
    Major: Economics

    Pro-Bono Activities

    • FIU’s pro bono legal clinic, Volunteer

    Current Employment Position

    • Founding Member

    Practice Areas

    • Special Education Law

    Bar Admissions

    • Florida
    • U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida

    Honors

    • CALI Award for having the highest grade in Copyright