Nico grew up in small-town Kansas and graduated from the University of Kansas. Before working in the legal field, Nico spent several years in the nonprofit management sector.
Nico received their law degree from Washington University in St. Louis, where they served as Senior Editor of the Washington University Jurisprudence Review. While attending WashU Law, they were elected Student Environment Chair, acting as a representative between the student body and management staff, and one of six class members appointed to the Dean’s Advisory Board. Nico spent their time during law school externing for the EEOC, working part-time for an employment defense firm, and spending each summer assisting in commercial litigation cases.
Nico brings that same organized and focused approach to helping clients navigating high-stress cases, arbitrations, and mass and class actions. Nico’s previous experiences in management, appellate court, and administrative law provide valuable insight and perspective to clients seeking creative solutions to their legal concerns.
Out of the office, Nico enjoys biking, pottery, and playing flashlight tag with their cat.