Nicole E. Quick

Nicole Quick is an experienced trial attorney with a focus on family law, criminal law, employment law, and worker’s compensation law. She has extensive trial experience, having litigated in civil courts, criminal courts, and administrative courts. In addition to her litigation experience, Nicole is also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with a specialty in mental health, trauma, and substance abuse disorders. Nicole’s qualifications and extensive trial experience make her uniquely situated to diligently and aggressively represent her clients. Nicole believes in open, honest and candid communication, and will consistently strive to ensure her clients have options to resolve any given matter, whether through negotiation or litigation or other alternative means.

Nicole is a Colorado native who fell in love with the great State of Washington while completing her master’s degree in Walla Walla. Nicole actively practiced social work for five years prior to her admission to the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, where she graduated with honors. Nicole focused on criminal and worker’s compensation practice in Colorado until September 2015, and was a member of the Minoru Yasui Inn of Court. The Inn was active in member mentorship, continuing education, and community service throughout Denver.

In addition to enjoying all the outdoor activities Western Washington has to offer, Nicole remains committed to community service, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Lewis County Youth Advocacy Center, and the Centralia High School Community Truancy Board.