Mr. Naquin joined the firm after graduating from Emory University School of Law, where he was an Executive Managing Editor of the Emory Law Journal, a student attorney with the Turner Environmental Law Clinic, and a research assistant to Professor Martha Grace Duncan.
While attending Emory Law, Mr. Naquin externed for three administrative law judges at the Georgia Office of State Administrative Hearings and served as a legal assistant to Jack P. Batson, Attorney at Law. He was also a Summer Law Clerk for the United States Environmental Protection Agency—Region IV.
Prior to law school, Mr. Naquin taught English and French at E.D. White Catholic High School in Thibodaux, Louisiana and Colegio Santa Ana y San Rafael in Madrid, Spain.
Comment, Canals, Community, and Coastal Permits: Overcoming Inadequate Remedies for Erosion Within the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary, 70 EMORY L.J. 663 (2021).
“(when darkness is only): Theory and Development,” 2014 University Honors Program Thesis Research Symposium, Thibodaux, LA, May 2014.
“Allons! A Universal Call to Freedom in Walt Whitman’s ‘Song of the Open Road,’ University of Louisiana System Academic Summit, Lafayette, LA, April 2014.
“An Assessment of Wildness in ‘Walking’ and The Blithedale Romance,” University of Louisiana System Academic Summit, Monroe, LA, April 2013.
Acknowledgement, FRANÇOIS-RENÉ DE CHATEAUBRIAND, ATALA (Robin Anita White ed., 2016).
Acknowledgement, Todd Kennedy & Brittany Kennedy, Basqueing on the bayou: conflicting visions of authenticity in Julio Medem’s Vacas and Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild, 8 TRANSNATIONAL CINEMAS 145, 145 (2017).