Daniel A. Nicholson is an associate attorney in the Atlanta office and is a member of the Firm's Construction Law and Complex Commercial Litigation practice groups.
Mr. Nicholson received his B.A. in Political Science from the State University of New York at Albany and his Juris Doctorate from Albany Law School, both located in the capital city of New York. While studying at Albany Law School, Mr. Nicholson was director of the Kinship Care Pro Bono Society, where he assisted attorneys and public interest groups in changing state and national laws to protect and support relative caregivers. Mr. Nicholson was also a founding member and vice-president of the reestablished Federalist Society, competed in the Donna Jo Morse Negotiation Competition of 2014 and 2015, and is certified under Mediation Training conducted by the New York Unified Court System’s Office of ADR Programs.
Mr. Nicholson was president of the Albany Law Rugby Football Club, a long-standing tradition of Albany Law School founded in 1966 by Professor William M. Watkins, and host to one of the largest rugby tournaments in the northeast, the Annual William Watkins Memorial Rugby Tournament. During this time Mr. Nicholson was highly involved in growing rugby throughout the capital district of New York and was a developing member of Albany’s premier social rugby club, the Albany Bootleggers Rugby Football Club, named after infamous Albany gangster Jack “Legs” Diamond. Mr. Nicholson continues to hit the pitch locally with High Country Rugby Football Club out of east Atlanta.