Nick Langford brings analytical attention to detail to his legal practice.
With a talent for researching the minutiae that makes a difference, Nick serves his clients by delving into the details of a case and mastering the complexities of his defense work.
Nick spent two years as a Lightfoot summer associate working alongside the firm’s trial lawyers. He gained invaluable experiences in trial work, specifically in crafting a defense strategy for an NCAA institution to circumvent document disclosure under a state’s Public Records Act and researching and producing memoranda on product liability defenses and issues of civil procedure.
Nick earned his J.D. from Duke University School of Law, where he served as articles editor for the the Law & Contemporary Problems Journal and was a research assistant for Duke Center for Firearms Law. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in history from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, where he sharpened his writing and research skills, and was later published in the Rhodes Historical Review.
When he’s not in the office, Nick likes to stay active, primarily through golf, enjoys reading historical fiction and attending sporting events with his dad.