Nick Fowler was born and raised in McGehee, Arkansas. He was named an Arkansas Governor's Scholar and Robert C. Byrd Scholar. Nick went on to attended college in Fayetteville, Arkansas at the University of Arkansas. While there he joined the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and was named to the Dean's List. He went on to receive his Bachelor of Science in Business Management in 2006 majoring in Financial Management and Investments.
Nick then relocated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was named a Thomas Moore Law Scholar and enrolled at Marquette University Law School. While there, Nick was chosen as a Senior Member of the Marquette Sports Law Review. During his second year at Marquette, Nick interned at the Southeastern Wisconsin Professional Baseball Park District. Nick conducted extensive research of professional baseball park contracts and leases. During this same time, Nick also interned at Start Playing Safe. There Nick performed risk assessment analysis of local area high schools and prepared extensive reports on his findings. While at Marquette, Nick also worked as a small claims mediator. He mediated cases involving numerous issues including landlord-tenant issues, creditor-debtor issues and contract issues. Nick went on to intern for The Honorable Judge Pamela Pepper of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. While there, Nick gained experience in the bankruptcy processes of Chapter 7 (liquidation), Chapter 11 (business reorganization), and Chapter 13 (reorganization) bankruptcies. In 2009, Nick received both his Sports Law Certificate from the National Sports Law Institute and his Juris Doctorate from Marquette University Law School.
In early 2010, Nick relocated to Tampa, Florida. He joined Florida Consumer Lawyers in 2010. At Florida Consumer Lawyers he aggressively represents consumers throughout Florida in a wide range of areas with his main focus in bankruptcy and foreclosure defense. Nick is dedicated to representing clients in all matters of the litigation process, from handling negotiations and mediations to representing clients in hearings, trial, and even appeals. Nick has experience in numerous areas including bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, mediation, real estate law, credit card defense, sports and entertainment law, and contract law.
Nick is licensed to practice law in all state courts in Wisconsin and Florida, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, and is a member of the Young Lawyers division of both the Wisconsin and Florida Bar.