Ramanujan “Anuj” Nadadur’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and dispute resolution. He is a former federal court clerk and Yale Law School graduate who has represented banking and other clients in securities and business disputes in state and federal courts. With a Masters’ degree from Oxford University in Forced Migration, Mr. Nadadur’s pro bono practice has focused on complex immigration issues. He also has served as an adviser to the Connecticut Criminal Practice Commission on issues surrounding defense counsel’s obligation to noncitizens in state criminal proceedings. His dedication to pro bono work earned him an honor from the New York State Bar Association’s Empire State Counsel® Program.
Yale Law School, J.D., 2012
Oxford University, M.Sc. in Forced Migration, 2009
Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, A.B., 2007
- Summa cum laude
U.S. District Court, Central District of California
- Law Clerk, Hon. S. James Otero
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
- Law Clerk, Hon. Milan D. Smith, Jr.
Complex Commercial Litigation
- Represented a multinational bank in litigation arising from alleged security law violations committed during the subprime mortgage crisis that resulted in a favorable settlement for the client.
- Advised a mining company in United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) arbitration.
- Represented an investment bank in litigation related to alleged manipulation of LIBOR interest rates.
Pro Bono and Public Interest
- Represented a client before the Second Circuit in an action seeking immigration relief under the Convention against Torture.
- Advised Connecticut Criminal Practice Commission on defense counsel’s obligation to noncitizens in state criminal proceedings.
- Represented indigent clients on a pro bono basis in immigration court and family court in actions seeking asylum and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.
- New York State Bar Association’s Empire State Counsel ® Program
Pro Bono Honoree, 2014
- American Bar Association,
- New York City Bar Association,
- “Beyond ‘Crimigration’ and the Civil-Criminal Dichotomy – Applying Mathews v. Eldridge in the Immigration Context,” 16 Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J. 141
- “Book Review: Selecting International Judges: Principle, Process, and Politics,” J. Int’l L, with W. Michael Reisman
- Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, New York, 2012–2014
- New York, 2013