Nur Kara focuses her practice in the area of litigation, specifically product liability litigation for pharmaceutical companies, including multi-district suits. She has experience across different stages of litigation, including drafting pleadings and written discovery, class action and expert witness depositions, and case management.
In her first year with the firm, Nur served as a Krantz Fellow working on global pro bono matters. Her pro bono matters involve impact litigation on prison conditions, education, and disability rights; representing survivors of domestic violence and immigrant clients in Massachusetts district court, Boston Immigration Court, and before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service; and conducting multi-country research and project development for the firm's non-profit affiliate, New Perimeter.
- J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law 2020
M.Sc., Health Policy, Planning & Financing, London School of Economics & Political Science and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine 2017
- B.A., University of Chicago 2014
- "2 Pro Bono Fellows Usher In DLA Piper Program's 10th Year," Law360, February 16, 2021