Adina Nadler is a Senior Legal Assistant at Sanford Heisler Sharp’s Washington, DC office. Adina graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Northwestern University in Comparative Literature with a minor in Hebrew Studies. She was also named a Daniel Bonbright scholar, awarded to the top three students in the humanities at Northwestern. Adina spent the fall of her junior year studying Hebrew and the history of the Middle East at Tel Aviv University in Israel. During her senior year, she completed a research paper on the convergence of Hebrew literature, war, and dance.
Adina first explored her interest in law when she interned at the Washtenaw County Public Defender’s Office in Ann Arbor, Michigan. During her time at Northwestern, she also served as the secretary of Phi Alpha Delta, a pre-law fraternity, and as a Jewish Studies representative on the Student Advisory Board. Outside of academics, Adina was the artistic director of Boomshaka, a drum and dance ensemble that performed on campus as well as across the country.
Adina is considering attending law school in the future.
- B.A., Northwestern University, summa cum laude, 2017