Kevin Neslage focuses his practice in insurance services, with particular emphasis on insurance coverage litigation. Mr. Neslage is involved in all phases of the litigation process, including research, coverage opinions, discovery, motion practice, and court appearances.
During law school, Mr. Neslage interned with Judge William Turnoff of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, served as a legal intern at the Securities and Exchange Commission, and worked as a research assistant to one of his professors. He also worked as a law clerk with Hamilton, Miller and Birthisel, LLP in the areas of maritime law and insurance defense.
In addition to his other law school accomplishments, Mr. Neslage participated in the Competencia Internacional de Arbrtraje, an international moot court competition held in Santiago, Chile in September 2015.
- "Does 'Meaningful Human Control' Have Potential for the Regulation of Autonomous Weapon Systems?" University of Miami National Sec. & Armed Conflict L. Rev. 151, Miami, Florida, 2016
J.D., magna cum laude University of Miami School of Law, 2016
- Member, International and Comparative Law Review
B.A., cum laude Latin American Studies and International Studies, The University of Kansas, 2011