Nicole’s attention to detail provides clients peace of mind that every aspect of their case is addressed in a succinct and satisfactory manner. Dedicated to supporting her client, Nicole is an excellent fit in the firm’s Litigation, Government Services, Labor & Employment, and Education Practice Groups.
While at Penn State Law, Nicole was a two-year member of the Moot Court Board, which allowed her to learn the intricacies of advocating for her clients and earn a certificate in Advocacy and Litigation. Nicole also worked as a certified legal intern with the Clearfield County District Attorney’s Office where she was able to gain real time, in court experience. Nicole is confident that her experience as an advocate will help her in her litigation practice at MacDonald Illig by striving to achieve the best outcome for her clients. Nicole also served as a research assistant and the Research and Admissions editor for the Penn State Law Arbitration Law Review. Her extensive research experience ensures that her clients are getting the most comprehensive legal advice possible.
Having previously served as a Summer Associate with MacDonald Illig, Nicole is familiar with the client-centric approach that MacDonald Illig is known for. Nicole understands the importance of the attorney-client relationship and acting in the best interests of her clients.