Adjunct: Legal Writing
Nicole Coon is an Associate Adjunct Professor of Legal Research and Writing at the University of Minnesota Law School. She is also an Academic Excellence Specialist at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, teaching Legal Methods and Bar Preparation Strategies. Coon also works as a one-on-one tutor.
Coon worked as a plaintiff-side employment and civil rights litigator with the firm of Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky Wotkyns LLP in San Francisco, California. She also worked as a Legal Research Attorney for Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco in the Presiding Judge, Civil, Probate, and Appellate Divisions, and clerked for the Honorable Chief Judge Maxine A. White of the Milwaukee County Circuit Court.
Coon has been dedicated to academia and writing: she served as a Moot Court Practitioner Coach at Marquette University of Law School, a Moot Court Judge at Hastings College of Law and Golden Gate University School of Law; worked as a Legal Content Delivery Writer for Rust Consulting, Inc., writing articles for law firms throughout the country; and served as the Amicus Briefs Committee Co-Chair for the Queen’s Bench Bar Association in San Francisco, editing amicus briefs submitted to the United States Supreme Court.