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Charlotte Nall

Senior Counsel
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Phone: 832-849-5410
Fax: 832-514-6215

9950 Woodloch Forest Dr #1300
The Woodlands, Texas 77380

Charlotte Nall works as Senior Counsel for Clouthier Law, PLLC. Charlotte enjoys preparing appellate briefs by crafting intellectual, yet easy-to-follow arguments to zealously represent her clients in the courts of appeals. Her unique set of skills allows her to easily pinpoint the most successful arguments from any set of facts and artistically present them on appeal. She provides her clients with smart, sensible guidance to preserve error at the trial level and thorough, passionate representation at all stages of their appeals.

Charlotte has experience in appellate law, commercial litigation, child welfare law, and probate, trust, and guardianship litigation. Throughout her career, she has represented clients in a wide variety of complex matters before state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels. Additionally, Charlotte’s prior position as a law clerk to Justice Phil Johnson at the Supreme Court of Texas has given her valuable insight into the workings of the appellate court system. She is a recipient of the “Rising Star” award by Texas Super Lawyers, which represents the top 2.5% of attorneys under the age of 40 in the State of Texas. Her knowledge and experience enable her to assist clients in tackling any appeal.

Charlotte graduated Valedictorian from SMU Dedman School of Law in 2012, where she earned recognition on the Dean’s List and also graduated Order of the Coif. During law school, she was Child Advocacy Clinic Chief Counsel, Assistant Managing Editor for the International Law Review Association, Angel Tree Coordinator for Christian Legal Society, and a LexisNexis Associate. She served as an intern to both United States District Judge Gray Miller, Southern District of Texas and United States Bankruptcy Judge Jeff Bohm, Southern District of Texas.

Charlotte enjoys spending time with her husband and four young children. She has worked as a certified personal trainer and has a passion for fitness and dance. In her spare time, she likes to serve at her local church and elementary school.


J.D., SMU Dedman School of Law, 2012
Valedictorian, Order of the Coif, International Law Review Association, Child Advocacy Clinic Chief Counsel

B.S., University of Texas at Austin, 2009
High Honors, College of Communication Scholar

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice U.S. District Court Eastern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
U.S. District Court Western District of Texas
Past Positions

Kean Miller LLP; Farrow-Gillespie, Heath & Wilmoth LLP; SettlePou

Client Reviews
“Susan has worked tirelessly for years filing appeals on my behalf. Finally her efforts and persistence has paid off. After serving 11 and 1/2 years, I was released from Federal Prison and have been able to return to my family and help once again with raising my children [now age 16]. My family and I owe a debt of gratitude which we will never be able to repay. The love we feel for Susan is immeasurable.” Joe R.
“Our case was complicated and time critical. Susan took charge of the entire process, keeping us updated with texts, phone calls and emails. She worked through a Holiday weekend to make certain our case got the attention and success required to bring our loved one home. It is also very important to know that she has sophisticated research tools, which are IMPERATIVE when you have to navigate through the Appeals process.” Jack H.
“Susan is a thoroughly dedicated professional that has a unique empathy for cases that reveal the misapplication of justice that so often affects those with limited resources. Through her tireless efforts, one of my best friends had six years reduced from his sentence. The family and I will be forever grateful to Susan.” James P.
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