We are growing again. Flesher Schaff & Schroeder, Inc. is proud to announce the addition of Nicole Low as an Associate Attorney. Originally from the Central Valley, Nicole completed her undergraduate degree at California State University, Northridge, followed by law school at the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. In law school she excelled in trial advocacy under the guidance of Mr. Schaff, and was selected as a member of McGeorge’s nationally ranked Trial Advocacy Team. Nicole was one of ten students inducted into The Order of Barristers in recognition of her outstanding trial advocacy skills and was admitted to the Traynor Honors Society.
In addition, Nicole was recognized by her peers for leadership when she was elected as Student Bar Association president. As SBA president, she represented McGeorge at a variety of functions, and had the sometimes challenging task of acting as the liaison between faculty, staff, and students. Nicole also participated in the McGeorge Prisoner Civil Rights Mediation Clinic, where she gained experience in alternative dispute resolution and successfully helped mediate 100% of her 28 U.S.C. Section 1983 cases to resolution alongside United States Magistrate Judges Newman and Kellison.
She previously clerked at the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, where she conducted several court proceedings, managed her own caseload, and negotiated pleas. And, immediately before joining FSS, Nicole began her civil litigation career as an attorney focusing on labor and employment matters. We are excited to bring Nicole’s trial advocacy skills to bear on our litigated cases.