Staff Attorney - Georgia
PJI Staff Attorney Nicole Myers was first called by God to defend religious liberty when she was denied the right to pray at her high school’s flagpole on the early morning of September 12, 1990 – the very first See You at the Pole. Not having the resources for an attorney, she successfully appealed that denial on her own which exploded into a passion for both the practice of law and the defense of our precious freedoms.
Nicole soon went on to attend Regent University School of Law in Virginia where she received her Juris Doctorate in 1998. While at Regent, Nicole had the privilege of serving as an intern for the American Center for Law and Justice and studying Advanced Constitutional Litigation and Advocacy under Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ. She also clerked for the conservative Washington D.C. think tank, Free Congress, where she was part of a team tasked with analyzing and reporting on the most recent Supreme Court decisions.
Following law school, Nicole and her husband moved to Florida where she began her legal career with American Liberties Institute promoting public interest and awareness surrounding civil liberties, including religious freedom and freedom of speech. After many years practicing law, Nicole began the journey of homeschooling her four children. During this period, she had the opportunity to continue her work with ALI part-time while inspiring the next generation towards the legal field through her position as a mock trial coach for numerous homeschool groups. Now that her children are older, Nicole has returned to the full-time practice of law.
Nicole is excited to be continuing her commitment to defending religious freedom with Pacific Justice Institute. Nicole is a member of the Florida Bar and is provisionally admitted to the state bar of Georgia.