Second-Year Law Student
University of Miami School of Law
Law School Liaison, Asian Pacific American Bar Association of South Florida
Nicole McLemore graduated cum laude from Florida State University with a double major in Political Science and Interdisciplinary Social Science, and she earned certificates in Political Science Research and in Emergency Management & Homeland Security. She served as Vice President of the FSU Women in Pre-Law Society and volunteered as a Guardian ad Litem. Throughout college, Nicole also worked as a bankruptcy assistant and file clerk at a Tallahassee law firm. During her 1L summer, Nicole interned with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Legal Unit in New York City. There, she assisted trial attorneys representing the agency and its claimants in employment litigation pending in federal courts. Nicole currently serves on the University of Miami School of Law’s Honor Council and as the President of the ACLU-UM Chapter. She is also active in the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of South Florida, where she serves as Law School Liaison for its 2017-2018 Executive Board. Nicole is currently completing a judicial externship for a federal magistrate judge, and she hopes to use her law degree to continue working in public service.