Nicole M. Revenaugh received a Juris Doctor from Washburn University School of Law in 2012.
Nicole brings valuable experience to the firm, with a focus on personal injury, estate planning, and family law. She has also been able to expand her work on civil rights and social justice, following one of her greatest passions: helping people.
Nicole was a senior associate at another local law firm between 2010 and 2018 and has practiced personal injury and wrongful death litigation since 2013.
In 2017, her legal work shot to prominence in the Topeka area, serving as the co-campaign manager for Mayor Michelle De La Isla’s mayoral campaign. After De La Isla was elected, Nicole became the volunteer director for the Mayor’s Community Outreach Team.
Her work has also been recognized locally by GO Topeka’s Entrepreneurial & Minority Business Development organization, who selected Nicole for their 2019 Women of Influence “Rising Star” Award.
Like other members of the firm, Nicole is a keen proponent of the arts and history.
She has a Bachelor of Arts in history from William Jewell College in Missouri, where she has been inducted into the college’s Sports Hall of Fame. She still holds a great passion for books, music, theatre, and the arts.
Nicole is always inspired by the question “What are you going to do next?” It has led her to keep pursuing her dreams, and fight for the rights of women to occupy more leadership positions and receive equal pay.
Serving both the people and the causes she believes in extends beyond the law office to her work in the community.
In 2016, Nicole joined millions of other women around the world and marched for equal rights in Washington and returned home knowing that she wanted to do more for her community. That experience demonstrated the power of civic engagement and servant leadership.
She is a past-president of the Women Attorneys Association of Topeka.
She also serves on the boards of the YWCA Advocacy Committee, the Mayor’s Task Force Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, and Topeka Downtown Rotary.
In May 2019, Nicole was appointed Judge Pro Tem of the Shawnee County District Court’s Small Claims, Eviction, and Limited Action dockets and continues to serve in that role on an intermittent basis.