Nick Mirra is a Business and Corporate attorney in Woods Rogers’ Roanoke office. He is also a member of the Health Law, Litigation, and Medical Malpractice Defense practice groups.

Nick understands businesses with complex needs. He focuses on finding clear, tailored solutions for his clients by keeping those unique needs in mind. Nick has facilitated complex business transactions in matters including hospital acquisitions, commercial real estate, and tech startups. He assists healthcare organizations with their compliance and corporate needs. Nick also works in litigation that involves commercial disputes and Medical Malpractice defense. Whatever the issue, Nick works to resolve his clients’ matters efficiently with consistent and clear communication.

Nick began his career at Woods Rogers as a summer associate in 2017 and returned as an associate in 2018. He graduated cum laude from the University of Richmond School of Law. He was the American Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition Regional Champion for the Southeastern U.S. Nick also served as Editor-in-Chief of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology and earned the Credential of Readiness (CORe) from Harvard Business School.

He grew up in Virginia Beach, Va. and majored in Psychology with minors in Spanish and Anthropology at Christopher Newport University, graduating magna cum laude. While there, Nick earned the Rosemary Trible Prize for Leadership and Service and the Dean’s Service Award.

In his spare time, he is working to establish an Alumni Chapter of Christopher Newport in Roanoke. An avid outdoorsman, Nick enjoys hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and has worked as a whitewater rafting guide.


Roanoke Bar Association

Virginia Bar Association

American Health Lawyers Association

Thought Leadership

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Putting Words in Your Mouth: The Evidentiary Impact of Emerging Voice Editing SoftwareRichmond Journal of Law and Technology

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Richmond Journal of Law and Technology 2019 Symposium | Putting Words in Your Mouth: The Evidentiary Impact of Emerging Voice Editing Software | March 1, 2019

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