Nicole Hamm

Associate


Practice Areas

Practice Focus & Background

Nicole is originally from Rosthern, Saskatchewan and first moved to Regina in 2000, where she obtained a Bachelor of Music degree, with great distinction, in Vocal Performance.  She then moved to Vancouver where she studied opera for two years.  Following that, she returned to Saskatchewan to pursue her other passions: law and politics.  She earned a Master of Arts degree in Political Studies in 2010, writing a thesis on Canada-US relations in the context of the Arctic.  Nicole subsequently entered the College of Law and obtained her law degree with great distinction in 2013. She joined OWZW as an articling student in June 2013.

Education & Professional

  • Admitted to the Law Society of Saskatchewan, 2014
  • Juris Doctor (Law), University of Saskatchewan, 2013
  • Managing Editor of the Saskatchewan Law Review, 2012-2013
  • Alumna of the Saskatchewan Legislative Internship Program, 2011
  • Master of Arts (Political Studies), University of Saskatchewan, 2010
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Saskatchewan, 2008
  • Associate Diploma (Piano Performance), Royal Conservatory of Music, 2007
  • Artist Diploma (Voice), Vancouver Academy of Music, 2006
  • Bachelor of Music (Vocal Performance), University of Regina, 2004

Associations & Activities

Including Professional Associations, Community Activities & Public Services

  • Member of the Canadian Bar Association
  • Chair of Business Law South Section
  • Member of the Regina Bar Association
  • Volunteer, Ask An Expert with Square One
  • Volunteer, Regina Free Legal Clinic and Regina Family Law Clinic with Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan
  • Regina and District Chamber of Commerce Paragon Awards Judge (2014 and 2016)

Awards

  • Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan Volunteer of the Year – 2019

In her free time, Nicole enjoys music of all kinds, recreational sports, reading, watching and writing about the Roughriders, visiting her parents’ farm, and spending as much time as she can with her nephew and nieces.