Nicole Rushovich, a rising third year student at Boston University Law School, will spend the summer working as a summer associate in Strang Scott’s Boston office. Nicole obtained her B.A. at the University of Colorado at Boulder, earning summa cum laude honors with a dual degree in Psychology and Political Science. While there she was a member of the Delta Epsilon Iota academic honor society, and wrote a thesis on negative political advertisements and effects on system-based beliefs. She also enjoyed honing her French during a semester in Paris at the Institut D’Etudes Politiques. After college she spent some time working as a legal assistant and paralegal in Colorado law firms.
Since starting at Boston University School of Law, Nicole has excelled both academically and in extracurricular activities. She participated in the ABA Negotiation Competition, advancing to be a school representative in the regional rounds. She excelled in the Stone Moot Court competition, advancing to the honors Albers Moot Court competition. She spent last summer as a legal intern at The Wilderness Society. During the past year she served as a student attorney at The Environmental Law Practicum, working on environmental justice litigation, as well as working as a legal intern for the Solicitor’s Office at the Department of the Interior.
In her very limited spare time Nicole enjoys hiking and Corepower yoga. She is excited to join Strang Scott for the summer to learn the practice of business litigation and commercial real estate law.