Attorney Nicholas M. Wajda received his Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Nicholas finished law school ranked first in his graduating class and was heavily involved in the Thomas Jefferson Law Review as both a writer and article’s editor. In addition, Nicholas received recognition for his work as an articles editor for the law review, receiving the articles editor of the year award for 2007-2008.
Prior to law school, Nicholas attended Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina on a combination academic and athletic scholarship. Nicholas received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics while balancing a full schedule as a four year letterman on Furman’s Division I Varsity baseball team. During his senior season, Nicholas helped guide the Paladins to a Southern Conference (SoCon) Championship and a spot in the NCAA Regional Tournament.
Currently, Nicholas is licensed to practice law in both California and Nevada. Nicholas is admitted in the Central, Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of California, as well as the District of Nevada. Throughout his career, Nicholas has filed over 2,000 successful bankruptcy cases and helped many other clients with their debt issues through non-bankruptcy avenues. Along with his strong work ethic, Nicholas prides himself on being completely available for his clients. Because he feels that a good attorney should be there for his clients, Nicholas takes all his own calls and prides himself on maintaining fully open lines of communication with all of his clients.
Languages Spoken: English, Korean
Licensed since 2008
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Preeminent 4.9 out of 5||Martindale-Hubbell||2013|
|Editor of the Year||Thomas Jefferson Law Review||2008|
|Graduated Top of Graduating Class||Thomas Jefferson School of Law||2008|
|Owner||Wajda Law Group, APC||2012 - Present|
|Attorney||Price Law Group. Los Angeles, California||2008 - 2012|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|State Bar of Nevada||Attorney||2009 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Attorney||2008 - Present|
|Thomas Jefferson Law Review||Over-Playing a Weak Hand: Why Giving Individual States a Choice is a Better Bet for Internet Gambling in the United States||2007|
|Thomas Jefferson School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Furman University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|