Nicole holds a B.A. from Texas A&M University, and a J.D. from South Texas College of Law. She is currently enrolled in a Masters of Special Education program through Texas A&M University, which she will complete in May 2019.
Nicole began her legal career practicing in the field of oil, gas, and property law. The birth of her son, who has special needs, introduced her to the complex world of the special education system and advocacy. Over the past ten years, Nicole has transitioned the focus of her law practice to special education and disability law. She has experience in mediation, navigating ARD, IEP, and 504 meetings, as well as Due Process hearings. She also has experience in family law and probate matters.
Nicole is a member of COPAA and The State Bar of Texas. In the past, she has completed pro bono work for Disability Rights Texas, and was invited to attend the William & Mary Law Institute of Special Education Advocacy.
She is an avid supporter of The Make a Wish Foundation, and has been a volunteer wish granter for the past 6 years.
Areas of Practice:
Probate & Estate Administration
Wills & Trusts