Nicole E. Burdett

Associate

Nicole E. Burdett was born and raised in Kenner, Louisiana. Ms. Burdett received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Pre-Law Concentration from the University of New Orleans in 2004. She graduated in the top one-third of her class from Loyola University of New Orleans where she received her Juris Doctor in 2009.

While in undergraduate and law school, Ms. Burdett worked as a legal secretary and legal assistant for Lambert & Lambert, Hurndon & Gaffney, and Jason Rogers Williams. Since graduating from Loyola University, Ms. Burdett has been a part of a number of high profile defense victories, including State v. Nelson Benton and State v. Torrence “Lil Boosie” Hatch. The Hatch case was one of the only first-degree murder cases tried before an anonymous jury in the history of the state. The Hatch unanimous jury acquittal was one of the only first-degree victories for a defendant in over a decade.

Ms. Burdett joined Jason Rogers Williams & Associates in early 2010. She serves as the administrative attorney for the firm as well as a civil litigator. Her early work as an assistant to trial and transactional lawyers, while still a student, taught her the value of client communication and time management.

Bar Admissions:
Louisiana, 2010
United States Eastern District Court for the State of Louisiana, 2010
United States Middle District Court for the State of Louisiana, 2010

 

Nicole E. Burdett

Associate

Nicole E. Burdett was born and raised in Kenner, Louisiana. Ms. Burdett received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Pre-Law Concentration from the University of New Orleans in 2004. She graduated in the top one-third of her class from Loyola University of New Orleans where she received her Juris Doctor in 2009.

While in undergraduate and law school, Ms. Burdett worked as a legal secretary and legal assistant for Lambert & Lambert, Hurndon & Gaffney, and Jason Rogers Williams. Since graduating from Loyola University, Ms. Burdett has been a part of a number of high profile defense victories, including State v. Nelson Benton and State v. Torrence “Lil Boosie” Hatch. The Hatch case was one of the only first degree murder cases tried before an anonymous jury in the history of the state. The Hatch unanimous jury acquittal was one of the only first degree victories for a defendant in over a decade.

Ms. Burdett joined Jason Rogers Williams & Associates in early 2010. She serves as the administrative attorney for the firm as well as a civil litigator. Her early work as an assistant to trial and transactional lawyers, while still a student, taught her the value of client communication and time management.

Bar Admissions:
Louisiana, 2010
United States Eastern District Court for the State of Louisiana, 2010
United States Middle District Court for the State of Louisiana, 2010