Nick is a native Texan who represents individuals in state and federal courts throughout Texas. As the founding attorney of the Wagoner Law Firm, Nick is dedicated to fighting for individuals who have been injured by another's negligence or treated unfairly in the workplace.
Nick grew up in Pearland, Texas. In 2008, Nick graduated from Baylor University with degrees in finance and entrepreneurship. In 2011, Nick graduated cum laude from the South Texas College of Law in Houston, where he served as the Managing Editor of the South Texas Law Review.
After law school, Nick practiced law at a boutique firm in Houston where he gained considerable experience defending large employers in state and federal courts across Texas. As a former defense attorney, Nick is familiar with the wide range of tactics that defendants use to gain the upper hand in litigation. As someone who represents individuals now, Nick uses his knowledge of these tactics to help level the playing field for his clients. More recently, Nick practiced law at a personal-injury firm in Houston where he represented plaintiffs in lawsuits across the state.
Nick has published articles in the Fordham Law Review, Florida Law Review, South Texas Law Review, and various other publications. His legal commentary has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Texas Bar Journal, ABA Journal, NewScientist, The Recorder, Corporate Counsel, San Antonio Express-News, and the Associate's Mind. In 2012, Nick's former blog about cases bound for the U.S. Supreme Court, Circuit Splits, made the ABA Journal's 6th Annual Blawg 100 List. Nick currently serves as an editor of the Appellate Advocate, a quarterly law journal published by the Appellate Section of the State Bar of Texas.
Nick is licensed to practice law in Texas, and is admitted to practice law in the United States District Courts for the Southern, Western, and Eastern Districts of Texas, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
When he's not working, Nick enjoys sailing, spending time with friends and family, playing basketball, and enjoying the outdoors.
|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2011||12/22/2019|
|Florida Law Review||Bargaining in the Shadow of Big Data||2016|
|Fordham Law Review||FCPA Sanctions: Too Big to Debar?||2011|
|South Texas Law Review||Honest-Services Fraud: The Supreme Court Defuses the Government's Weapon of Mass Discretion in Skilling v. United States||2010|
|South Texas College of Law||J.D.||2011|
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