Nashiba Boyd

Nashiba Boyd has over 15 years of civil litigation experience. While her current practice focuses on tort defense and commercial litigation, including catastrophic injury, pharmaceutical professional negligence, and products liability, she also has experience in complex and multi-jurisdictional commercial defense.

Nashiba also serves as guardian ad litem representing minor children in divorce, custody, adoption and name change matters.

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Practice Areas

  • Tort Law
  • Insurance Defense
  • Guardian ad Litem services

Academics & Achievements

  • Clemson University, 2001
  • Howard University School of Law, 2004
  • AV-Rated, Martindale Hubbell

Bar Admissions

  • Court of Appeals of Maryland, 2004
  • Supreme Court of South Carolina, 2009
  • United States District Court, District of South Carolina, 2010

Lewis Blain Roberts & Boyd Takes Your Situation Seriously

Whether the client is a corporation facing a lawsuit or an individual with a concern, it’s the client’s needs that move the lawyers at Lewis Blain Roberts & Boyd to devise a balanced, efficient, economical approach to resolution.

We are one of South Carolina’s few women-owned, ethnically diverse law firms, certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.


People often ask…

What is it like working with you?

People say that I am an innovative thinker and that I am always thinking “outside the box” to develop creative approaches to represent my clients.

What do you consider to be some of your unique strengths?

I am very personable which allows me to develop excellent rapport with both my clients and opposing counsel. Such a skill is invaluable in getting matters resolved at the early stages of litigation.

Are there any special achievements or qualifications that enhance your contribution to your practice areas?

I am a member of the inaugural South Carolina Bar Diversity Committee, which is dedicated to tolerance and inclusion of all South Carolina lawyers. The committee works very hard to promote full and meaningful participation in the legal profession by people of diverse backgrounds.

In general, would you say that you are highly devoted to your career?

Yes, practicing law requires hard work and dedication. However, the effort is rewarded with good results and positive outcomes for the clients.

In My Spare Time

  • I spend time with my husband and two children.
  • I am an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and Jack & Jill of America, Inc.
  • I serve on the Board of Directors NAMI Mid Carolina.
  • I attend First Nazareth Baptist Church.

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