Washington University in St. Louis,
Washington University Law Review
B.A., Environmental Studies, 2007
B.A., Spanish, 2007
Minor, Political Science
Eckerd College Honors Program
American Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association
Black Women Lawyers' Association
Included in "Illinois Super Lawyers" Rising Stars list, 2014-Present
Thomas F. Eagleton Scholar, 2009
Thompson Coburn LLP
Summer Associate, 2009-2010
Environmental Law and Policy Center
Environmental Law Fellow, 2011-2012
Judicial Intern to the Honorable Mary Ann Medler
Nikki practices in the Thompson Coburn's Business Litigation group.
She focuses on contract disputes, commercial loan enforcement, commercial foreclosure, municipal litigation, and employment matters. Nikki has worked with clients in several diverse industries, including financial services and real estate.
Prior to beginning her law practice at Thompson Coburn, Nikki worked as an Environmental Law Fellow at the Environmental Law & Policy Center. Additionally, while in law school, she interned with the Honorable Mary Ann Medler.
"The Limits of Chavez's Bolivarian Socialism: A Case Study of the Venezuelan Cacao Industry";
Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Fall 2011
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