Nicole D. F. Simpson
Undergraduate: Law School:
Nicole received a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University in Classical Studies with a minor in Communications. She obtained her law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law where she graduated as a Fellow in the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society. While completing her education at Temple, Nicole interned for the Honorable Sandy L.V. Byrd, the Philadelphia City Solicitor’s Office, as well as the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project where she helped clients to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. After law school, Nicole obtained her Master of Laws in Law and Entrepreneurship at Duke University School of Law where she mastered both the core substantive law and the lawyering skills that are necessary for effective representation of entrepreneurs.
Nicole is admitted to practice by the State Bar of Georgia, the Court of Appeals of Georgia, the Supreme Court of Georgia, and the Northern District of Georgia. Prior to joining Groth, Makarenko, Kaiser & Eidex, Nicole was the sole attorney handling Georgia matters for a large scale, national, commercial and consumer creditors rights firm representing nationally chartered financial institutions and large consumer debt purchasers. She resolved hundreds of cases through settlement, alternative dispute resolution, pre-trial mediation, and/or trial. At GMKE, Nicole focuses her practice on the defense of automobile and premises liability claims.
Nicole resides in Atlanta, GA where she enjoys cooking and playing the viola.