Nicole Dillard is a practicing attorney who is a graduate of Catholic University, Columbus School of Law. Professor Dillard has also earned her Masters of Education in Bilingual Education from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Virginia. Professor Dillard has served as an adjunct faculty member of Howard University School of Communications since 2011 where she has taught Communications Law and Interpersonal Communications. Professor Dillard has also been an adjunct faculty member with the University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clark School of Law and and in the Charles Hamilton Houston Pre-Law Institute at Georgetown University Law Center where she has taught various classes within the legal writing department, Law Practice Management for law students as well as teaching in pre-law institutes for prospective law students.
Professor Dillard’s law practice focuses primarily on labor and employment consultation and litigation, as well as business immigration and corporate visa matters. Ms. Dillard is an experienced litigator with more than 14 years experience representing corporate clients in trial, appellate area courts, and administrative law forums for employment matters and in alternative dispute resolution proceedings as well as representing clients in federal administrative forums on immigration matters.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Dillard was an English as a Second Language teacher for Fairfax County Public Schools in Northern Virginia.