Nick Fordice is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group.
Nick received his J.D. (magna cum laude) from Georgetown University Law Center. During law school, Nick was executive editor for the American Criminal Law Review’s Annual Survey of White Collar Crime, an active member of Georgetown’s moot court team, and a student attorney for Georgetown’s Housing Advocacy and Litigation Clinic. His position with the American Criminal Law Review saw him manage teams of editors tasked with updating the Annual Survey of White Collar Crime’s antitrust, environmental crimes, and false claims articles. Through his membership on Georgetown’s moot court team, Nick drafted multiple appellate briefs on complex issues ranging from First Amendment protections in the social media context to global antitrust enforcement. He also won two competitions during his time on the team. With Georgetown’s housing clinic, Nick helped numerous indigent clients defend against eviction actions and took a case to trial in the District of Columbia Superior Court. Nick also worked for an appellate section of the Department of Justice and the Inspector General’s Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission during law school.
Before law school, Nick attended Auburn University, where he earned a B.S. (summa cum laude) in Business Administration with a major in Finance and a minor in Political Science.