HunterMaclean Attorney Nicole Pope Recognized as Georgia Southern University Alumni 40 Under 40

HunterMaclean, a leading law firm with offices in Savannah and St. Simons Island, is pleased to announce that attorney Nicole Pope was recognized as one of Georgia Southern University Alumni Association’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2020. 

In its fifth year, the 40 Under 40 program recognizes alumni who have made significant achievements in leadership, business, community, and educational or philanthropic endeavors. 

“Nicole’s inclusion in this influential group of young leaders is a reflection of the dedication she brings to her practice and her community,” said HunterMaclean’s Managing Partner Brad Harmon. “This is a well-deserved honor, and we are proud to have Nicole as part of our team at HunterMaclean.” 

Nicole joined HunterMaclean in 2015 and is an associate in the Firm’s Savannah office. Her practice focuses on information technology law and intellectual property law. 

In addition to her 40 Under 40 recognition, Nicole recently received an Award of Achievement for Service to the Profession from the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia. In 2019, she received the President’s Award from the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers. 

An active member of the community, Nicole serves as a member of the Emerging Leaders Committee for the Savannah Community Foundation, a team captain for Susan G. Komen Coastal Georgia, and a member of the William Jay Society and the 13th Colony. She has also served as a board member of Urban Hope.  

Nicole’s involvement in the legal community includes serving as a board member of the Young Lawyers Division of the Savannah Bar Association and as a member of the International Technology Law Association. She has also served as president of the Savannah Chapter of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers.

Nicole graduated summa cum laude from Georgia Southern University with a degree in Political Science. She went on to graduate cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, where she served as the executive editor of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and was active in the Student Bar Association, Women’s Law Student Association, and Phi Alpha Delta.