Drew H. Nunn is an associate practicing in the firm’s large loss property subrogation group. Drew concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and large loss property subrogation matters.
Drew has assisted attorneys in complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy cases, large loss property subrogation cases, and civil and family law cases. As a law clerk, Drew provided thorough research and advice on cases, reviewed documents, assisted in hearing preparation and draft motions along with other filings.
Drew earned his J.D. from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law, where he was involved as a student attorney for the Criminal Clinic, on the Board of Advocates for the Environmental Law Moot Court Team, and the Air Law Symposium editor for SMU Law Review Association. Prior to law school, Drew received his B.S. in biochemistry from Texas A&M University.
Prior to joining MWM, Drew gained experience as a law clerk in several firms around Dallas.
Drew H. Nunn, Grounded: How the 737 MAX crashes Highlight Issues with FAA Delegation and a Potential Remedy in the Federal Tort Claims Act, 85 J. Air L. & Com. 703 (2020)