Nicole Stern is a New York State licensed attorney who has a wealth of varied experience in such fields as labor and employment, professional sports, and commercial litigation. Throughout her legal education and career, Nicole has been committed to serving the needs of those less fortunate and has represented indigent clients in various settings, including federal court, for a wide range of substantive claims including constitutional violations, prisoners’ rights and sexual discrimination. Nicole currently works in a non-practicing alternative capacity at a global law firm based in New York City.
Nicole is a published author, having written a scholarly article on title IX for the Sports Lawyers Journal, for which she also served as both a Junior Editor and Managing Editor. It was this experience that showcased Nicole’s analytical and proofreading abilities as well as her painstaking attention to detail that makes her advice to college and graduate school applicants highly valuable.
Nicole received a Juris Doctorate from the Tulane University School of Law with a specialization in Sports Law. She earned her Bachelor`s Degree in psychology with a double minor in business administration and sociology from the University of Vermont, As an undergraduate, Nicole was a varsity ice hockey player and received multiple honors for academic excellence from the ECAC (Eastern College Athletic Conference).