Nicole L. Feight
Nicole Feight joined Rudolph Clarke after graduating from Temple Law. She focuses her practice on personal injury law, as well as assisting with the firm’s representation of municipal clients and school districts. Nicole is dedicated to offering zealous and thoughtful advocacy for her clients. By helping to navigate legal issues for clients, Nicole knows she is supporting the efficient operation of foundational entities in our community.
She has been a resident of Montgomery County since obtaining her undergraduate degree from Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa., where she majored in English and minored in Media and Communication Studies. During her time there, she participated in the English Department’s tutoring program helping other students develop their writing skills, secured a summer research fellowship, and received the Elizabeth Rockefeller McCain Award for exemplary writing skills.
After college, Nicole took time to travel and explore different areas of the workforce in sales, marketing and customer service roles before finding her way to a career in law. She decided to become an attorney because she wanted to help people understand and navigate the complex legal issues that often arise out of everyday life. While working full–time as a paralegal, Nicole completed her law degree as an evening student at Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law. During her time at Temple, Nicole developed an interest in access to justice initiatives and participated as a finalist in a competition through Temple’s Fox School of Business, resulting in her team securing $5,000 of initial funding for the implementation of a legal incubator in Philadelphia. She continues to support the ongoing effort to bring an incubator to our region that would offer “low bono,” affordable legal services to those of modest means and provide training for attorneys who are committed to community lawyering.
Montgomery Bar Association
Bucks County Bar Association
Philadelphia Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
B.A., magna cum laude Ursinus College, 2010
J.D., Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, 2017