Nick graduated from St. Paul’s High School in Covington, Louisiana, in 2008, before earning a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, with a concentration on Public Relations and Journalism, as well as a minor in Business Administration, at Louisiana State University. He was a Cum Laude Honors Graduate who finished third in his graduating class at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication in December 2012.
While attending Tulane University Law School, Nick was elected as the Senior Managing Editor of The Sports Lawyers Journal, Vol. 23. He graduated in 2016 and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in October 2016.
Soon after, Nick interned with the Louisiana State Court of Appeal, 1st Circuit, assisting the Honorable Page McClendon with research and writing. He was then hired as an insurance defense lawyer by a prestigious firm, in Covington, LA, becoming the youngest associate at the firm at the time.
While in law school, Nick worked for the Louisiana Civil Justice Center, where he provided legal information and referrals for hundreds of Louisiana residents, assisted with family law, intellectual property, landlord-tenant, bankruptcy, and entertainment law issues. In addition, Nick worked for the Tulane Law School Environmental Law Clinic one summer, and he did Pro Bono work for Entertainment Law Assistance, where he drafted business-operating agreements for local artists and entertainers.
At Richardson & Guarisco, L.L.C., Nick’s primary focus includes Family law and Bankruptcy law. He also assists his clients in matters relating to Constitutional law and the First Amendment, Intellectual Property law, and Sports and Entertainment law, among others.
Aside from practicing law, Nick has made waves on several media outlets as a Fantasy Football expert and NFL Draft analyst. In 2015, he was a weekly guest speaker on ESPN New Orleans Radio, and he still occasionally appears on television as a guest on Prime Time Sports with Scott Alexander (WLAE-TV & CST).
- Tulane University Law School (J.D., 2016)
- Louisiana State University (B.A., Mass Communications, 2012)
- Louisiana State Courts