Nicole M. Revenaugh brings over a decade of experience representing plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death actions across the state of Kansas.
Nicole graduated with honors from Washburn University School of Law in 2012. Prior to forming Irigonegarary, Turney, & Revenaugh, L.L.P., Nicole was a Senior Associate at a prominent personal injury firm in Topeka.
In May 2019, Nicole was appointed Judge Pro Tem of the Shawnee County District Court’s Small Claims, Eviction, and Limited Action dockets, and she continues to serve in that role on an intermittent basis.
Nicole is a past-President of the Women Attorneys Association of Topeka, and past-Chair of the Kansas Women Attorneys Association’s Annual Conference.
Nicole currently serves on the Dean’s Council on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Washburn University School of Law. She is also a member of the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, and serves on the board of its political action committee.
In 2016, Nicole joined millions of women around the world and marched for women’s rights in Washington, D.C. When she returned home, Nicole knew she wanted to do more for her community.
In 2017, Nicole served as the Co-campaign Manager for Topeka Mayor Michelle De La Isla’s historic mayoral campaign. After De La Isla was elected, Nicole became the volunteer director for the Mayor’s Community Outreach Team, where she fostered community relations through a monthly newsletter, podcast, and neighborhood events. In 2020, Nicole served as the Chair of De La Isla’s campaign for U.S. Congress in the 2nd Congressional District of Kansas.
Nicole’s work at an attorney and community leader has been recognized locally by GO Topeka’s Entrepreneurial & Minority Business Development organization, who selected Nicole for their 2019 Women of Influence “Rising Star” Award.
Nicole is an alumnus of the Greater Topeka Partnership’s Leadership Greater Topeka Class of 2020. She currently serves on the board of the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of Scott Dual Language Elementary School’s Site Council.
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