Nicholas advises and represents clients in defense of their alleged medical malpractice as an associate attorney at Hancock Daniel. Nicholas has a background in Plaintiff-side personal injury which has helped him understand Plaintiffs’ litigation strategies and better prepare defenses against them. Nicholas’ goal is to provide holistic and educational representation for clients while methodically setting the groundwork for trial.
Nicholas obtained a Bachelor of Criminology from American University with a minor in Applied Physics. He earned his Juris Doctorate from American University Washington College of Law where he graduated cum laude. While earning his degree, Nicholas held an executive board position on the College’s Administrative Law Review, and his article, “Patenting Artificial Intelligence: An Administrative Look into the Future of Patent Law” was published in the Journal of High Technology Law at Suffolk Law School. After graduating, Nicholas began his career representing Plaintiffs in personal injury and malpractice cases where he gained a strong foundation of knowledge in the field before joining Hancock Daniel to represent medical professionals.
American University, B.A.
American University Washington College of Law, J.D., cum laude
District of Columbia