Nicholle Harris practices in the area of public law, providing general legal services to municipalities across the state. Her focus includes municipal law in matters relating to the operations of municipalities, including drafting ordinances, resolutions, easements, administrative procedures and policies. Ms. Harris represents clients in negotiating real property transactions, leases, contracts and intergovernmental agreements and has special expertise in procurement law, code enforcement, and public records law. Nicholle serves on the Firm’s Diversity Committee and as the President-Elect of the Arizona Black Bar.
Nicholle has been recognized for her leadership in the legal field and in the Arizona business community. She was named to Arizona Business Magazine’s 2016 Most Influential Women, 2016 Top Minority Business Leaders and 2015 Generation Next 40 under 40 lists.
University of Arizona (B.S., Business Administration; Marketing, 1998)
University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law (J.D., 2007)
Arizona Black Bar (President-Elect)
Ladder Down Program (2017 Planning Committee; 2013 Selected Participant)
National Bar Association (member)
State Bar of Arizona (former executive council member, Public Law Section; Leadership Institute, 2010 Selected Participant)