“My job is to translate the law into plain English, so that my clients may understand all of their options and are able to make the choices that best suit their goals.”
Nichole Baer joined RKG Law in 2020 after several years in private practice with another Lancaster firm. While in law school, Nichole interned with the Honorable Amy Williams, an appellate judge for the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida and was Treasurer of the Intellectual Property Club.
Nichole concentrates her practice in Business Law and Non-Profit Law, Trademark, Estate Planning and Administration, and Real Estate, providing clients with targeted and effective legal representation. Nichole’s experience in several practice areas enables her to use a holistic approach to assist clients, recognizing that each client’s needs and wants differ. Each of Nichole’s clients is provided a personalized legal plan, regardless if that plan is an Operating Agreement, a Trademark, resolving issues with the Department of Revenue, a real estate settlement, or drafting estate planning documents. In each case, clients receive personal attention and results that are tailored to their unique situation.
Nichole is a current board member of the Lancaster Law Foundation and the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen. She is also currently the Co-Coordinator for Lancaster County’s Wills for Heroes Program and a Resource Development Committee Member for the Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County. She is a current member of Lancaster Young Professionals and Lancaster Bar Association. She is the past Real Estate chair for the Lancaster County Bar Association and a former Co-Coordinator for Lancaster County’s division of the High School Mock Trials.
While not working, Nichole enjoys volunteering in the community, exploring the outdoors, crafting, tasting wine, and cooking.
Get to know Nichole
What is something about yourself that will surprise us?
"I lived abroad in Denmark and Peru and, as a result, know how to make a Danish pastry; I also know how to shave an alpaca with a knife. I was once was on a boat that sank in a Belize rainforest. I was on my way to Lamanai, an area with Mayan ruins, and the boat engine flooded while on the New River. It resulted in the boat sinking and me calculating how far I would have to swim to the coast. Thankfully we were rescued before I had to use my swimming skills, which are quite strong after spending half of my life on the Gulf Coast."
What drives you?
Coffee and wine.
What is it you enjoy most about being a lawyer?
Every day is different.