Boesen Law is excited to present its newest attorney, Nikolas M. Sulley!
Learn more about Nikolas in this special Talk with a Team Member blog.
How long have you worked at Boesen Law?
I was hired in October 2020.
Describe a fun memory/experience you have had since working here
I have had a lot of enjoyment in getting to know everyone so well in such a short period of time. The firm has great camaraderie and everyone seems to really enjoy working together, regardless of their position or where they are in their lives and career.
What drew you to wanting to work in the legal field?
I have always wanted to help people, and from an early age being a lawyer always seemed like the place that would give me personally the best chance of doing that. Also, who doesn’t love getting paid to argue!
What do you like most about working in your position and why?
I like the chance to meet, work with and help people from all different walks of life. My time spent in New York showed me how great it is to meet people who have different backgrounds and personal experiences than myself so I have found that the legal field can offer me some version of that opportunity on a regular basis.
How would your friends describe you?
Helpful, charismatic, outgoing, always up to try something new.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I golf as often as I can, I play soccer a few times a week, and I also love spending time with my wife and our pup, Ginnie.
ALL FOOD. It just depends on where I am.
Favorite TV show/ movie?
The Office for TV; The Godfather I or II, or anything Tarantino.
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. -Wayne Gretzky” -Michael Scott
Who is your hero?
My parents. I wouldn’t be where I am without their hard work, sacrifices and support.
Where do you see yourself in the next five years?
As an established and respected trial attorney.
What are your hobbies?
Golfing, playing soccer, spending time with friends and family and Ginnie.
What is a career highlight you’re most proud of?
So far, passing the bar and finding a great job this early out of school.
What career advice would you give to your younger self?
Don’t stop hustling, keep dreaming and be good to people. If you put it out in the universe and work at it, good things will happen.
What is one work-related thing you want to accomplish in the next year?
Win/settle my first case.