Associate Attorney

Nicole A. Buckley focuses her practice in the areas of personal injury, mass torts, class actions, medical malpractice, employment discrimination and disability discrimination.

Prior to joining the firm, Nicole worked for the City of New York bringing actions against individuals in child abuse and neglect matters. Nicole also worked at Texas’s largest tort firm in the Senior Litigation Department. Nicole has been a member of trial teams in state and federal court such as: the medical malpractice lawsuit against Long Island doctor Michael Belfiore whose actions of over-prescribing opiates resulted in the death of two individuals; the class-action lawsuit against company 3M for the use of faulty earplugs provided to numerous members of the United States Military; the lawsuit against celebrity Travis Scott for the mass casualties that occurred as his concert in Dallas, Texas; and the lawsuit on behalf of the children who lost their lives at the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

Nicole graduated from the City University of New York School of Law. Nicole gained experience as an intern at the New York State Office of the Attorney General, NYC Department of Investigations, Kings County District Attorney’s Office, the Urban Justice Center, and Disability Rights NY. Nicole served as the Vice President of her law school’s Student Government, the President and Co-Founder of the Artificial Intelligence Club, the President of the club that advocated for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and President of the Irish Law Students Association. During law school Nicole also involved in the advocacy for international civil rights, specifically in Ireland.

Outside of work, Nicole enjoys producing and performing music in duo with her husband. Nicole volunteers her time advocating for individuals with disabilities, educating upcoming attorneys, advocating for family law reform, and helping to find ways in which artificial intelligence can advance the goals of social justice, such as allowing for easier access to the legal system. Nicole also volunteers her time in community efforts to help fund and perform research for the treatment and cure of epilepsy.

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