I was born in Amarillo Texas in 1966 to Robert and Judy Eller. My family was what most would call “blue collar”. Dad was a Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force. Mom worked as a bookkeeper. Neither of my parents graduated high school, much less went to college. Nor did they have the money to pay for me to do so.
When I decided to give this college thing a try, I knew I’d have to work full time and raise my own money. Student loans? What? I never heard of them. My parents raised me under the philosophy of, “if you can’t afford to pay for it… you can’t have it”.
While fully supporting myself, I completed college with no debt, by waitressing and bartending. I graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminology in 1990. I received a partial scholarship to begin law school in Miami, Florida. I transferred to John Marshall Law School in Chicago IL and graduated Cum Laude at the top of my class in 1993.
Upon Graduating, I moved to Las Vegas, in June of 1993. Since that time, I have practiced almost exclusively as a sole practitioner with my own firm focused on Criminal Law, until I was appointed as the City of Las Vegas, Municipal Court Traffic Commissioner in 2008. I held this possession for 2 1⁄2 years, and resigned in June of 2010.
Although I have enjoyed and excelled at Criminal Defense Law, the current economy has drawn my attention to another way I can use my experience and education to help others. I understand now, in this tragic economic climate, what a gift my parents gave me, in allowing me the opportunity to be responsible for myself. Once the extent of the foreclosure crises became clear, I felt a call to action. While representing several of the major banks such as Wells Fargo and Bank of America, I learned how they operate in modification situations and what they need from you, the Borrowers in order to say “YES” to your modification application.
Nicole Bolick is an associate who cares about her clients and her community. She has dedicated her career to helping people in the areas of Criminal Defense and Personal Injury. She prides herself in “fighting for the underdog” by competently and aggressively assisting clients protect their legal, civil and human rights. In addition to her legal work, Nicole has a lifelong dedication to community service by volunteering, fundraising, and advocating for those in need.
Originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia, Nicole holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Radford University and a Juris Doctorate degree from Regent University School of Law. Prior to working at Eller Law, Nicole worked with Legal Aid and the Newport News Public Defenders Office. During law school, Nicole served as a board member of the Hispanic Legal Student Association and Public Interest Legal Advocates of Regent, where she provided legal services to those who could not afford legal representation.
Nicole is a wife and mother of two rambunctious boys. In her spare time she enjoys camping, collecting antiques and spending time with her family.
Linda has worked at Eller Law, LLC for over 4 years. She is a vital part of the team and provides support in case management, traffic ticket violations, personal injury cases, and record seals. She is also our client coordinator and effectively organizes the entire office schedule. Linda is compassionate, attentive and genuinely enjoys working with people.
Linda has been married for 34 years and has three adult children and two grandsons who are reminders that God still blesses. When she is not working or spending time with her family, she volunteers as a biblical care coach (lay counselor) at her church.