Martha Chicoski has a wide range of litigation experience in both civil and criminal law. Prior experience includes, Chicoski Law Firm, Farmers Insurance Exchange, Albuquerque City Attorney’s Office, and the New Mexico Public Defender Department. She was President of the Board of Bar Commissioners for the State Bar of New Mexico in 2015. Other bar service includes the New Mexico Women’s Bar Association (president 2012, treasurer 2011) and Young Lawyers Division (chair 2010 and 2009). She is a 2012 recipient of the New Mexico Business Weekly 40 Under Forty. Chicoski attended The George Washington University and Suffolk University Law School. She is licensed to practice law in New Mexico, Massachusetts, and U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico. Chicoski and her husband, Jason Brock, reside in Albuquerque with their rescue dogs, Doug Flutie, Ty Webb, Morley Bean, and Roscoe Boscoe.
Amelia P. Nelson has been practicing in New Mexico since 2003, and is licensed to practice in the State of New Mexico, State of Iowa, and admitted to practice before the State and Federal courts.
Ms. Nelson concentrates on employment and labor law, including workers rights, wage and hour rights, and discrimination, harassment and retaliation legal matters. She also practices in general civil litigation, focusing on personal injury lawsuits involving car, truck and bicycle accidents, sports injuries, animal attacks, and premises accidents resulting in injury. Ms. Nelson also handles basic estate planning and probate for traditional and non-traditional couples. Ms. Nelson maintains a practice dedicated to all people in need, with a focus on LGBT/Q rights.
Ms. Nelson is a full time faculty lecturer at the Anderson School of Management, University of New Mexico. Ms. Nelson teaches Business Management Law, Employment Law, Advanced Legal Topics, and Advanced Employment and Labor Law in the business school and EMBA.