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Nicholas M. Catania
Nicholas M. Catania is an Associate in the Litigation Department of this firm, primarily focusing on civil litigation matters. Prior to joining this firm, Nicholas gained valuable experience working at various law firms across the United States for a period of eight (8) years. Some of the firms he worked at include Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Underwood Law (as a Law Clerk to Robert R. Underwood, II), Richland and Falkowski, and Rubenstein and Corozzo, among others.
Nicholas obtained his B.A. from Pace University located in Manhattan’s Financial District. His major was in Psychology, and he minored in History. After completing his undergraduate studies, he pursued his legal education at Florida Coastal School of Law. During his time there, he served as the Managing Editor of the Florida Coastal Law Review, worked as a Writing Fellow, and even had his work published. Nicholas also had the opportunity to study abroad in Clermont-Ferrand, France, where he attended Universite Clermont-Auvergne. During his time there, he focused on foreign policy, French business law, and contractual negotiations across international borders. Nicholas is currently a member of the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation.
Although Nicholas has traveled extensively throughout the country and the world, Monmouth County has always been his hometown. He finds great motivation in the trust his Clients place in him, especially during their most challenging times. Nicholas is dedicated to passionately advocating for and advising those who require legal assistance in the community.
- Civil Litigation
- Florida Coastal School of Law, Jacksonville, Florida
- Law Review: Florida Coastal Law Review, Managing Editor
- Pace University, Manhattan, New York
- Major: Psychology
- Minor: History
- Universite Clermont-Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand, France
- Major: Foreign Policy
- Major: French Business Law
- Major: Contractual Negotiations across International Borders
- New Jersey, 2022
Fraternities and Sororities:
- Zeta Beta Tau