Nikki Grote

Attorney
nikki @ektexas.com | 817-596-4200

• Civil Litigation 

• Commercial Litigation 

• Farm and Ranch Litigation 

• Personal Injury 

• Real Estate Litigation 

• J.D., Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (2001), Magna Cum Laude

• Notes and Comments Editor, Texas Wesleyan Law Review (1999-2000)

• B.A., English, Cum Laude, Texas A&M University (1997) 


• Admitted to Practice – State Bar of Texas (2001)

• Admitted to Practice – United States District Court, North District of Texas (2003) 

• Admitted to Practice – United States Supreme Court (2007)


• Recipient of the “Mac Smith Extraordinary Attorney” Award (2021)

• Texas Bar Foundation (2017-present) 

• Graduate National Computer Forensics Institute , United States Secret Service Computer Forensics in Court for Prosecutors Program (2015)

• Tarrant County Bar Association (2018-present) 

• Texas Bar College (2013 and 2021)

• Eldon B. Mahon American Inn of Court, Barrister (2007-2010)

• Parker County Bar Association, Vice President (2008-2009)

• Named “Texas Rising Star” by Super Lawyers (2008, 2009)

• Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office, Forensic Rounds Presentation: “Continuous Sexual Abuse – Legislative Changes.” May 20, 2008

• Trial Lawyer of the Year Finalist, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (2003) for trial work in  Pybas v. Cigna

• “Cleaning Salt from the Victim’s Wound,” 7 Tex. Wes. L. Rev. 89, 2000, cited by:  

• Sentence Modification in Texas, Andrew L. Johnson, 38 ST. MARY’S L.J. 317, at FN 223, 224,227, 230, 232, 233, 242;  

• Is the Office Closed? The Role of the Office of Victims’ Rights After Cooper v. District Court, Richard Allen, ALASKA BAR REVIEW 263, FN 75;  

• Walking the Ethical Line, Cynthia Morales, The Texas Prosecutor, Vol. 37 No. 6, Nov.-Dec. 2007, FN 17.  

• Nikki Morton, Law School 101: The Practical Stuff You Really Need to Know to Survive Your First Year of Law School (Ft. Worth, 2000).