is a former trial lawyer with extensive litigation experience. She has been on the SEAK Faculty since 2002 and has trained hundreds of experts through SEAK's scheduled programs for expert witnesses, invited presentations, customized on-site expert witness training programs, and via one-on-one training. Nadine is the co-author of the SEAK text How to Write an Expert Witness Report.

In addition to her work consulting and teaching for SEAK, Ms. Donovan is a partner in the Boston-based firm of Mulvey, Ennis, Keefe, and Donovan, LLC. Her practice area includes the defense of medical professionals in medical malpractice actions and before medical licensing boards. In addition, Ms. Donovan is a legal writing instructor at Boston University School of Law, and an adjunct professor at New England School of Law, Boston, where she teaches a course in medical malpractice. Ms. Donovan also serves as a Dispute Resolution Arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

Ms. Donovan previously practiced litigation in New York City, first as a prosecutor in Queens, and then as counsel for the City of New York. Ms. Donovan received her J.D. cum laude from Boston College Law School. She graduated from Fordham University summa cum laude with a B.A. in French Literature.