Nadine has a large variety of work experience , before Cullen and Dykman she worked as a prosecuting attorney at the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission. She was handpicked to work in the Discretionary Revocation Unit in which she managed and litigated the agencies high profile cases dealing with revocations of drivers licenses for serious offenses through administrative hearings and trials at OATH. She also worked in the Hearings Unit litigating a mass number of cases daily at OATH. Both positions consisted of preparing and presenting witnesses, evidence and cross and direct examinations. In addition, she was in the Settlements Unit where she determined appropriate charging violations through case intake and drafting memoranda detailing evidence in order to recommend and negotiate settlement options with respondents and/or their attorneys or representatives through conferences.
She also worked in the Storm Response Unit at the New York Legal Assistance Group where she provided legal advice and counsel to victims of Superstorm Sandy. Conducted client intake, legal research, writing and advocacy with administrative agencies. She assisted with a range of legal issues in contracts, flood and homeowners insurance claims, provided case consultation and assistance with Sandy Claims Review administrative hearings.
In law school, Nadine was the Executive Board Secretary and 1L Class Senator of the Student Bar Association. Nadine took part in two clinics where she worked as a student attorney. In the Health Law and Policy Clinic she assisted socio-economically challenged elderly individuals by advising on health care benefits and unresolved legal administrative issues related to their claims. She worked in the Disaster Recovery Clinic where she assisted individuals with disputes arising from New York State storm recovery programs such as NY Rising, FEMA and insurance companies. She also worked as a legal extern in a private firm doing Insurance litigation defense in which she drafted mass arbitration briefs. Additionally, her time working at NYU Langone Medical Center in the Sponsored Programs Administration consisted of transactional work dealing with issues arising around legal and institutional policy requirements to help identify and manage regulatory risks.