Nicole Andrescavage, Esq.
ttorney Nicole Andrescavage was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in November of 2019. A graduate of the Roger Williams University School of Law, Nicole’s interests led her to take courses in maritime and environmental law, and she was President of the law school’s Maritime Law Society. She was chosen as a student attorney for the Immigration Law Clinic, where she received the top score in the class while advocating for clients before several courts in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. While in law school, she interned/externed for Rhode Island Superior Court Associate Justice Kristin E. Rodgers, Lynch & Lynch in Massachusetts, and the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies on Naval Station Newport.
Nicole is a two-time recipient of Rhode Island Sea Grant fellowships during graduate school and law school, giving her experience in maritime and environmental topics including marine spatial planning and aquaculture permitting. She holds a Master of Environmental Science and Management degree in environmental policy and management from the University of Rhode Island, for which her major paper assessed the federal consistency provision of the Coastal Zone Management Act. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from Providence College.
Nicole serves as an officer on the boards of the International Propeller Club Port of Narragansett Bay and the Rhode Island Women’s Soccer League and is a member of the American Bar Association.
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