Nicole Bacon is a staff attorney with Legal Services of Northern Virginia in the Alexandria office.  She obtained a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Spanish from the University of Virginia and later earned her J.D. from American University Washington College of Law.  Nicole is licensed to practice law in Virginia as well as the U.S. Fourth Circuit, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

As a staff attorney with Legal Services, Nicole represents low income clients in family law, housing, and consumer issues.  Nicole also participates with the Alexandria Bar Association and serves as the chair for the Alexandria Young Lawyers Committee.  As the chair of the Young Lawyers Committee, she coordinated Law Day in Alexandria, a program through which attorney volunteers teach students a variety of lessons concerning the law.

At the University of Virginia, Nicole volunteered with Madison House teaching English to migrant workers and tutoring ESL students in areas surrounding Charlottesville, Virginia.

During her studies at the Washington College of Law, Nicole sat on the board for the Black Law Student Association.  She also served as a Marshall Brennan Fellow.  Through this fellowship she taught D.C. high school students with the aim of ensuring Constitutional literacy.  Nicole was also a staff editor on the International Law Review and a student attorney for the Community and Economic Development Law Clinic and the Tax Clinic.

In addition to being a public interest lawyer, Nicole is also a visual artist and works in a variety of mediums including acrylic, watercolor, collage, and mosaic. Nicole has also volunteered as a mural assistant.