Nickolas Daniels did his legal externship with the Honorable Dennis C. Kolenda of the 17th Circuit Court in Kent County. Since that time Nickolas graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in the top twenty percent of his class, received the John D. Voelker Award for making the most significant contributions to the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review, and had his business article What Are The Interests of a Shareholder as a Shareholder?, published in the Thomas M. Cooley Law Journal. Nickolas passed the February 2007 Michigan Bar Exam, and has since been practicing law throughout the state of Michigan. Nickolas was raised in Beaverton Michigan by his parents Guy and Lori Daniels, and has one younger sister Amber Daniels. Mr. Daniels graduated from Beaverton High School in 1998 and then attended Saginaw Valley State University. At SVSU he competed in the 800 meter run as a member of the Track Team and interned for United States Senator Carl Levin. In 2003 Nickolas graduated cum laude from SVSU and went on to attend Thomas M. Cooley Law School.