Nandita Nayyar is an associate in Berger Kahn’s Irvine office. Nandita focuses her practice on insurance coverage.
Nandita is an alumna of the University of California, Los Angeles and graduated in May of 2015 with a B.A. in History. Afterward, she went on to attend Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, graduating in the top 23% of her class. During her time at Chapman, Nandita was involved in multiple extracurricular activities, including the International Academy of Dispute Resolution Competition, ABA Client Counseling, and the Constitutional Jurisprudence Clinic. Nandita also served as a Board Member for the Diversity Social Justice Forum
While in law school, Nandita gained a great amount of experience. Nandita was a judicial extern for the Honorable Justice William W. Bedsworth in the California Court of Appeal 4th District in Santa Ana and for the Honorable Shelyna V. Brown in the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara. She also worked as a Certified Law Clerk in the Orange County District Attorney’s Office Gang Unit. Most recently, prior to joining Berger Kahn, Nandita worked as a Summer Intern at Wilson Keadjian Browndorft LLP in Irvine.
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law (J.D.), 2019
•Board Member for the Diversity of Social Justice Forum
•International Academy of Dispute Resolution Competition
•ABA Client Counseling (1st place in semi-finals)
University of California, Los Angeles (B.A., History), 2015
Orange County Bar Association
Recent Media Coverage
Former Berger Kahn Attorney, Judge Battersby, Swears in Jamie Rice and Nandita Nayyar
Berger Kahn – November 26, 2019
100% Bar Pass Rate for Berger Kahn!
Berger Kahn – November 19, 2019
Berger Kahn Welcomes Nandita Nayyar to the Orange County Office
Berger Kahn – October 22, 2019
Nandita Nayyar Serves as a Judge at UCI Law School’s Moot Court Competition
On February 6, 2020, Associate Nandita Nayyar volunteered as a judge for UCI Law School’s Moot Court Oral Arguments. UCI Law’s moot court program is rapidly expanding with the number of student competitors almost doubling that of last year. This year’s competition centered around Vos v. City of Newport Beach, 892 F.3d 1024 (9th Cir. 2018), a recent case involving the alleged use of excessive force in violation of the Fourth Amendment and failure to provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities under Title II of the American with Disabilities Act. In judging the preliminary oral argument rounds, Nandita provided challenging questions and valuable feedback to student participants, scoring their oral arguments and ultimately, determining which students moved on to the final rounds.