Nicholas W. Shadowen
NICHOLAS SHADOWEN WORKS ON CUTTING EDGE ISSUES IN ANTITRUST CLASS-ACTION LITIGATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS LITIGATION.
Mr. Shadowen brings global experience to his work at Hilliard
Shadowen — in addition to his U.S. education, he attended undergraduate and
graduate programs in Italy, France, England, and Ireland. Mr. Shadowen’s work focuses
on complex national and international antitrust and human rights
litigation. He is committed to ensuring human
rights protection for all individuals at our nation’s borders and adapting
antitrust law to the novel issues posed by the twenty first century
As an undergraduate, Mr. Shadowen earned the Duquesne
University Philosophy Department’s annual award for excellence. After studying creative writing at the
American University of Paris, he received a scholarship to attend the renowned
Masters writing program at the University of East Anglia in Norwich,
England. The program’s alumni include
Nobel Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro and Booker Prize winners Anne Enright and Ian
McEwan. He received his M.A. in 2014.
While attending the University of Miami School of Law,
Mr. Shadowen took a semester to study EU Competition law and International
Human Rights law at the UCD Sutherland School of Law in Dublin, Ireland.
He is a member of the Austin Young Lawyers Association.