Story from Arizona Attorney Magazine Nov. 2019

A sailboat on the open water is the last place David Nigro ever expected to find himself. “To this day I never learned to swim,” admits the intellectual property lawyer at Snell & Wilmer. Though he does his best work grounded in patent and trademark work, chemistry and information technology, last November he found himself bobbing in the waters off Puerto Rico. As beautiful as the scenery was, Nigro kept his focus on those in his care—a dozen teenagers who are blind and visually impaired.

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