Who is Nicholas Schopp?
Nick Schopp joined AEGIS Law in 2004. His law practice is focused on representing a limited number of privately owned businesses as outside general counsel. Nick regularly works with banks, owners, architects, general contractors, subcontractors, title companies and disbursing agents in the negotiation, drafting and implementation of construction contracts, real estate purchase agreements, leases, financing arrangements, etc.
Nick is actively involved in the financial administration and governance of AEGIS Law, and enjoys contributing to the firm’s long term vision and growth strategies. Prior to his work with AEGIS Law, Nick began his legal career in the St. Louis County Counselor’s Office as a prosecutor and associate counsel to St. Louis County.
In 2001, Nick received his J.D. and a separate Masters of Law in Taxation (LL.M.) from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law (UMKC). While at UMKC, Nick was a member of the Law Review and the Honor Court, and he graduated with distinction. He has authored numerous articles which have been published in the Journal of the Missouri Bar. Nick is admitted to practice in all Missouri state courts, as well as numerous federal district courts and bankruptcy courts.
Nick was born and raised in St. Louis, and presently resides in Town & Country with his wife and three sons.
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