Nick is using his fellowship to achieve environmental justice alongside Indian Law Resource Center in Washington, D.C.

Nick and the Center are assisting indigenous peoples in their fights to protect territories and human rights by representing the Coordination of the Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon in international legal bodies. Nick will also develop educational materials for non-indigenous environmental professionals in the ‘United States’ toward beneficial alliances with indigenous peoples. As a Public Interest/Public Service Scholar at Washington College of Law, Nick advocated for social, economic, and environmental justice while clerking with Native American Rights Fund, externing with the Center for International Environmental Rights, interning with the Eviction Defense Project, practicing as a student attorney with the Civil Advocacy Clinic, and working as an executive board member of the Equal Justice Foundation.