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Nadia C. Do Canto

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Nadia’s practice focuses on corporate finance matters, including public offerings and securities transactions, as well as general corporate matters. Nadia was a Summer Associate at Mintz in 2017, where she performed due diligence for an IPO and conducted research on insurance, employment, and class action issues.

During law school, Nadia had a judicial clerkship with the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. She also served as a student representative of the school’s Center for Applied Legal Studies Clinic. In an earlier clerkship with the Boston Lawyers Group, she worked at Mintz and in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.

Prior to attending law school, Nadia was a paralegal at a Boston-based law firm.

Nadia is fluent in Cape Verdean Creole, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Education

  • Georgetown University Law Center (JD)
  • Tufts University (BA)

Involvement

  • Co-chair, Boston REACH Coalition (2014 – 2015)
  • Director, Dorchester Clubs (2011 –2015)

Languages

- Creole

- Portuguese

- Spanish

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Removing Barriers to Second Chances

January 24, 2022 | Article

Mintz initiated many pro bono projects to combat systemic racism after the murder of George Floyd, including organizing Massachusetts Criminal Offender Record Information sealing clinics with the Lawyers Clearinghouse and conducting research for a Boston-based nonprofit into how housing authorities around the country evaluate applicants with open criminal charges.
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Zoom to Implement New Security Measures in Deal with NY Attorney General

May 12, 2020 | Blog | By Christopher Buontempo, Nadia Do Canto, Cynthia Larose

Amidst multiple investigations into the privacy and security practices at Zoom Video Communications (“Zoom”), New York Attorney General Letitia James recently announced a settlement agreement with Zoom after the failings of the platform were brought to light by the spike in Zoom video conference participants amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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