Nick Fay

Partner
nick@kulshanlaw.com   (360) 392-2855
 

Experience

 

Nick is a trial attorney with a background in complex civil litigation. He practices in state and federal courts throughout western Washington in a wide variety of areas including real estate, contract, personal injury, and landlord-tenant law. He has appeared before the Washington Supreme Court and achieved multiple summary judgments and trial verdicts for his clients.

 

Nick’s litigation experience also improves his ability to advise clients in ongoing transactions and business operations. He enjoys working alongside clients to strengthen important relationships they have and efficiently resolve legal problems as they arise.

 

Nick also maintains a commitment to pro bono work and was awarded the 2017 LAW Advocates Outstanding Attorney Award. He has also been nominated for the 2018 Washington State Bar Association Public Service and Leadership Award, sponsored by the Washington Young Lawyers Committee.

 

EDUCATION

 

Taylor University, B.A., 2003

Gonzaga University School of Law, J.D.,  2013

  • Chastek Family Endowed Scholarship for Academic Performance
  • Best Oralist, Linden Cup Appellate Advocacy Competition
  • Moot Court Honors Council
  • Author, “The Unintended Consequences of a Severability Clause,” The Transactional Lawyer, December 2013

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS, AWARDS, AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

 

Washington State Bar Association

 

United States District Court – Western District of Washington

 

Whatcom County Bar Association: Secretary (2017), Vice President (2018)

 

Volunteer Lawyer – Direct Representation Program, LAW Advocates (Whatcom County civil legal aid organization)

 

2017 Outstanding Attorney Award – LAW Advocates (pro bono representation)

 

Practice Areas

 

Civil Litigation

Contracts – Drafting, Reviewing, Advising, and Litigation

Personal Injury

Commercial Leases

Appeals

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CROWN PLAZA BUILDING

114 W. Magnolia St., Suite 302

Bellingham, WA 98225  |  (360) 392-2855

Nick Fay

Partner
nick@kulshanlaw.com
(360) 392-2855
 

Experience

 

Nick is a trial attorney with a background in complex civil litigation. He practices in state and federal courts throughout western Washington in a wide variety of areas including real estate, contract, personal injury, and landlord-tenant law. He has appeared before the Washington Supreme Court and achieved multiple summary judgments and trial verdicts for his clients.

 

Nick’s litigation experience also improves his ability to advise clients in ongoing transactions and business operations. He enjoys working alongside clients to strengthen important relationships they have and efficiently resolve legal problems as they arise.

 

Nick also maintains a commitment to pro bono work and was awarded the 2017 LAW Advocates Outstanding Attorney Award. He has also been nominated for the 2018 Washington State Bar Association Public Service and Leadership Award, sponsored by the Washington Young Lawyers Committee.

 

EDUCATION

 

Taylor University, B.A., 2003

Gonzaga University School of Law, J.D.,  2013

  • Chastek Family Endowed Scholarship for Academic Performance
  • Best Oralist, Linden Cup Appellate Advocacy Competition
  • Moot Court Honors Council
  • Author, “The Unintended Consequences of a Severability Clause,” The Transactional Lawyer, December 2013

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS, AWARDS, AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

 

Washington State Bar Association

 

United States District Court – Western District of Washington

 

Whatcom County Bar Association: Secretary (2017), Vice President (2018)

 

Volunteer Lawyer – Direct Representation Program, LAW Advocates (Whatcom County civil legal aid organization)

 

2017 Outstanding Attorney Award – LAW Advocates (pro bono representation)

 

Practice Areas

 

Civil Litigation

Contracts – Drafting, Reviewing, Advising, and Litigation

Personal Injury

Commercial Leases

Appeals