Woodward Wickes Wicken traces its origins back to the 1930s, when Colin J Woodward began practicing law in Cronulla. Today, the firm is committed to maintaining its high level of client service for which it is known in the community, whilst keeping a close eye on developments in the law and technology. We provide our clients with the best service and the best advice for them.
Nic Wicken is the Principal of the firm. Nic gained valuable life experience in other areas before becoming a lawyer. This sets him apart from other lawyers and allows him to provide his clients with practical, no-nonsense legal advice.
Nic worked in Accounting, before moving into the Building Industry, where he managed large building-site workforces prior to embarking on his legal career in 1999.
He obtained his Law Diploma through the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board, graduating in 1998 and gaining admission to legal practice as a NSW Solicitor in February 1999.
Nic learned his profession at a small boutique law firm in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs before establishing Wicken & Goodsell in 2001. Nic later practiced under the name ‘Wicken Legal’ before merging with a very old Sutherland Shire firm, Woodward Wickes & Co, to form Woodward Wickes Wicken in March 2007.
He has extensive experience in Property, Business, Family Law and Litigation as well as Wills and Estate Planning. He has appeared in courts ranging from the Local Court to the Supreme, District and Family Courts and his practical legal approach ensures most clients get the best possible result.
Nic has a hands-on approach to legal work and belives that hard work and attention to detail are of paramount importance. So whether you’re an individual, small business owner or a large corporation, you can be sure that Nic will be either handling your matter personally or ensuring a high level of involvement. These valuse have allowed him to maintain the high standard of client satisfaction for which Woodward Wickes Wicken is known.
Nic spends most of his spare time with his wife and two teenage boys and stays fit by trying to keep up with them.
Diploma of Law (LPAB)
Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW
Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of QLD
Solicitor Member of the Law Society of New South Wales