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Charles F. Pierre

Associate (Pending admission to the Mass. bar) / Boston

Overview

Charles F. Pierre is an associate (pending admission to the Massachusetts bar) in Nutter’s Litigation Department and a member of the firm’s Product Liability and IP Litigation practice groups.

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Prior to joining Nutter, Charles served as a law clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Eric T. Washington on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, where he assisted in all aspects of appellate practice. Charles also has extensive public interest experience, having served as a legal extern at the Washington Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights and a judicial intern on the Superior Court for the District of Columbia for the Honorable Michael L. Rankin.

Charles received his law degree in 2016 from the Howard University School of Law, where he served as the vice president of the Howard Public Interest Law Society. In this capacity, Charles led a legal service trip to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. As a member of his national moot court team, Charles was recognized for the "Best Appellee Brief" in the Global Antitrust Institute Moot Court Competition as well as runner-up for "Best Oralist" in the CHH Intramural Moot Court competition.

Active in the community, Charles served for one year as Behavior Coordinator at City Year Washington, D.C., where he developed content on social justice topics for middle school youth.

Education & Admissions

Education

Howard University School of Law, J.D.

DePauw University, B.A.

Admissions

  • Pending admission to the Massachusetts bar
  • District of Columbia

Languages

  • French
  • Haitian Creole

Before Nutter

Charles served as a law clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Eric T. Washington on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, where he assisted in all aspects of appellate practice.

Noteworthy

Charles received his law degree in 2016 from the Howard University School of Law. As a member of his national moot court team, Charles was recognized for the "Best Appellee Brief" in the Global Antitrust Institute Moot Court Competition as well as runner-up for "Best Oralist" in the CHH Intramural Moot Court competition.

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