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Reid A. Nelson
Mr. Nelson an Austin College graduate earned his legal degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. Reid has gained extensive experience in several areas of law including: insurance law, contracts, general litigation, professional liability, immigration law, transportation and logistics along with an emphasis in the highly specialized and structured EB-5 regulatory field. Mr. Nelson’s well rounded and depth of experience provides him a unique ability to address virtually any legal matter necessary for our organization. In addition to Mr. Nelson’s ability to handle such a large array of legal issues, Reid has also achieved many accomplishments in the legal field. Among these are: being licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas, the State Bar of Texas, serving as the President of the Texas Young Lawyers Association and his voluntary service to raise twenty three million dollars for the restoration of the historic Bexar County Courthouse. Combining Mr. Nelson’s strong legal abilities with his strong sense of fairness and personal commitment to community involvement, Connect Insurance is proud to have Mr. Nelson as our Corporate Counsel.
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