(Phoenix, Arizona) – Gust Rosenfeld attorney Nicholle Harris was profiled in the January-February, 2015 issue of AZ Business Magazine. The article, written by Michael Gossie, describes how eight-year-old Nicholle informed her mother that she was going to be a lawyer after she watched her favorite TV show, "L.A. Law." Harris, who was raised by a single mother in the West Valley, is the first person in her family to graduate from college.
"Even though my mom and dad weren't college graduates, they always told me I could do anything," Harris said, crediting counselors and mentors as well as her parents. "There was never any doubt in my mind that I would go to college and become a lawyer."
At Gust Rosenfeld Harris focuses her practice on Public Law and Municipal Law. She serves on the firm's Diversity and Client committees and is also a member of the Executive Council of the State Bar of Arizona Public Lawyers Section. Prior to joining Gust Rosenfeld, Harris served as Assistant Attorney General with the Arizona Attorney General's Office, where she monitored and enforced compliance with the state and federal regulation of tobacco sales.
Gust Rosenfeld is a full service law firm established in 1921 with offices in Phoenix, Tucson and Wickenburg. The firm is known for the quality of its lawyers and legal advice as well as its creative insights and practical solutions in business, public and civil law. Gust Rosenfeld is experienced in alternative dispute resolution, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, business and corporate law, commercial finance, education law, environmental law, franchises and franchising, insurance, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, natural resources, public finance, public law, real estate, taxation, and trusts and estates.