Nicholas is an associate attorney in DeWitt’s Litigation practice group. His experience includes litigating civil cases in federal and state court for the nation’s largest producers and manufacturers of oil, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and technology. As a litigator, he has managed several aspects of cases and is well-versed with procedural and pretrial training in motion practice, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Evidence, local court rules, judges’ standing orders, and other administrative rules governing the life of a case through trial.
While in law school, he worked at the East Bay Community Law Center - the largest clinical education program at the University of California, Berkeley Law School, and the largest provider of free legal services to low-income residents of Alameda County. Nicholas represented tenants in more than twenty eviction lawsuits and assisted countless pro per tenants with various housing issues.
- Climate Change Litigation: The Emergence of Public Nuisance Under (the Golden) State Law, 2018