Consumer Protection Project Manager, Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland
In this position Nicole provides attorneys with training and opportunities to represent consumers in debt buyer lawsuits.
Nicole has a broad range of legal interests and experience, including disability benefits law, employment discrimination, business, and fashion law. In the past, she has worked with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General's Antitrust Division. During law school, Nicole was involved with the Katrina Project Executive Board, the Peer Advisor program, and the Faculty Appointments Committee, which screens, interviews, and makes hiring recommendations regarding professorial candidates. She also completed coursework in visual legal advocacy, believing that film is an effective and innovative tool for storytelling in a legal context. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at Towson University, where she studied French literature and Italian.
Nicole is a Baltimore native who loves dogs, outdoor movies, and board games, when she is winning.