Nicole King graduated from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2020. During her time in law school, Nicole served as a student attorney in the DU Immigration Law & Policy Clinic, worked on criminal appeals as a legal researcher for the Office of the Alternate Defense Counsel, interned with the Rocky Mountain Immigration Advocacy Network, and advocated for repeal of the death penalty in Colorado. Prior to joining the MLO, Nicole clerked for Justice Richard L. Gabriel on the Colorado Supreme Court.
Before attending law school, Nicole held various positions at state agencies through Colorado, including the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, where she worked to ensure access to health care for immigrant communities. Nicole also ran her own consulting business and spent three years after college living and working in the education and public health sectors in Chile and the Dominican Republic.
Nicole loves meeting people from around the world and is passionate about fighting for immigration and criminal justice reform. She cares deeply about her clients, their families, and their communities. She is committed to working collaboratively with each client to get the best possible result.
Nicole has a Master’s Degree in International Development from the Korbel School at the University of Denver and a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies and English from The College of New Jersey.