Nevin Wisnoski is a young yet experienced civil litigator with demonstrated success in various fields including past experiences in consumer protection, medical malpractice, and federal Indian law.
He joined the firm in 2022 and is part of the Environmental Litigation Department, with a focus on the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022.
Nevin is a North Carolina native, born and raised in Asheville—where he also began his legal career before moving to Raleigh in 2021.
In his free time, Nevin enjoys watching Formula 1, grilling with friends, and reading about American history.
United States District Court, Western District of North Carolina
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina (application in progress)
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Supreme Court
Awards and Honors
Federal Indian Law at Miami Law, CALI award
Litigation Skills I at Miami Law, Honors
National Association of Consumer Advocates (“NACA”) Emerging Leaders Council
North Carolina Bar Association
North Carolina State University Law Alumni, Executive Committee
Wake County Bar Association, Social Committee Member & Young Lawyers Division
Representative Cases and Settlements of Note
*Results May Vary Depending On Your Particular Facts and Legal Circumstances*
On brief in initial District Court dismissal and subsequent Fourth Circuit affirmation of dismissing complaint for failure to exhaust tribal remedies on behalf of a federally recognized Indian tribe. See Ledford v. EBCI (4th Circ.)
Van Winkle, Buck, Wall, Starnes & Davis, Asheville NC
Private Practice, Raleigh NC