September 09, 2019
Nathan White, an associate in Weil’s Dallas office, has been selected for the 2019 Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (DAYL) Leadership Class.
The DAYL is the only bar organization in Dallas dedicated exclusively to the needs of young lawyers and the community service projects about which they are most passionate. The organization’s initiatives are designed to educate, support, challenge and entertain, while also serving the greater Dallas area through meaningful service projects.
Created in 1997, the DAYL Leadership Class is a focused way for young lawyers to make a difference in the community and the bar. Only about 40 individuals are selected for the class each year to learn about the city of Dallas, involvement opportunities in nonprofits and bar associations, and city affairs. Each class also organizes a service project for the benefit of the local community.
“Nathan is richly deserving of his selection into this esteemed program,” said Courtney Marcus, Co-Managing Partner of Weil’s Dallas office. “Nathan’s legal skills, leadership abilities and deep care for others will greatly benefit the DAYL Leadership Class and the broader Dallas community.”
Mr. White is an associate in Weil’s Complex Commercial Litigation practice. He has an active pro bono practice and was recognized by the Texas Civil Rights Project for his work on a case involving civil rights for individuals with significant hearing loss. White also played a key role on a Weil team that authored an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in Ivy v. Morath, another case involving deaf rights.