Nicholas Low joined Tarrant, Gillies & Richardson in 2018 after three years clerking with the Vermont Judiciary. Nickís practice focuses on land use, transactional and general civil litigation matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Nick clerked for two years with the Vermont Superior Court, Environmental Division, where he worked on matters related to municipal zoning, Act 250, and Agency of Natural Resources permitting and enforcement. Nick also clerked for one year with the Chittenden County Criminal and Family Divisions. As a Vermont Law School student Nick worked as a summer law clerk with the Environmental Division of the Vermont Attorney Generalís Office, and spent a semester as a student clerk with Judge William K. Sessions, III in the Federal District Court for the District of Vermont. Before attending law school Nick worked for many years in international development and humanitarian aid in Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa.
Vermont Law School, South Royalton, Vermont (J.D., summa cum laude, 2014)
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands (M.A., Humanitarian Action, 2008)
New York University, New York City, (B.A. cum laude, Humanities, 2000)
Vermont Bar Association
Nick enjoys being active outdoors, travelling, reading, and spending time with his family in and around their home in Montpelier.