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Nicholas P. Bartzen

Community Association

Nicholas is an associate in the Community Association Group. With a strong background in real estate and community association, Nicholas actively pursues the best solution to every matter.

Prior to joining Levenfeld Pearlstein, Nicholas began his career as a project coordinator and assistant manager of operations at a real estate management company. Further expanding his expertise, Nicholas worked as a property manager for Chicago condominium associations as well as plan coordinator, a position that required developing and implementing operation plans for Chicago high-rise condominium associations.

Upon entering law school, Nicholas worked as a real estate/condominium law clerk with two other Chicago firms. He was the Treasurer of the Chicago-Kent College of Law Real Estate Law Society for one year and a member for three years.

When he's not at LP, Nicholas can be found playing around with photography. Off-beat urban location and rural landscapes are among his favorite scenes to capture.


Education
Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D., 2015
Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) - Certified Property Manager, 2008
Beloit College, B.A. Economics and Management, 2003
Bar Admissions
Illnois, 2015
Chicago Bar Association, Co-Chair of Condominium Subcommittee
American Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Chicago-Kent Collage of Law Real Estate and Land Use Law Society
Fay Clayton Best Oral Advocate Award, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2013
McGee Civil Rights Moot Court Competition - 1st Place Award and Best Brief Award, 2014
Nick's Clients:
Nick works exclusively with Condominium and Homeowners Associations.

Q&A

If you weren't an attorney, what would you be?
An entrepreneur. Devising new solutions (the simpler, the better) to everyday problems is exciting to me.
What's your favorite book?
Jack London is one of my favorite authors and his book "The Sea Wolf" has withstood the test of time as my favorite.
If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
If a brilliant new commuting method is devised, I wouldn't mind spending 2-3 months per year in the Wisconsin Northwoods. Otherwise, boring though it may seem, I'm pretty happy right here in Chicago.

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