Nicole Behrman is an employment attorney who represents clients in a wide range of matters in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Nicole lives by the motto of “always go the extra mile” and her clients are the beneficiaries of her detail-oriented, strategic approach to achieving the desired results.
In her practice, Nicole has represented clients before the DC Superior Court, District Court for the District of Columbia, the EEOC, DC Office of Human Rights, and DC Office of Administrative Hearings. She has litigated cases involving claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, FMLA interference and retaliation, wage and hour violations, breach of contract, and wrongful termination in violation of public policy.
Nicole earned her law degree from The George Washington University School of Law, and a bachelor’s degree in Government & Politics and English Language & Literature from the University of Maryland.
A native of Howard County, Maryland (where her family still resides), Nicole likes to cook, try new restaurants, read new books, and practice yoga in her free time.
- The George Washington University Law School (J.D. with honors, 2018)
- University of Maryland (B.A. in Government & Politics and English Language & Literature, 2015)
- District of Columbia
- U.S. District Court, District of Maryland
- U.S. District Court, District of Columbia
Lerch Early helps employers throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area and beyond prevent and defend against workplace claims. Working with our attorneys is like extending the human resources department without hiring additional people.
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