Attorney Nicholas P. Frye, P.C. was born and raised in Lowell, Massachusetts and has been a resident in the Boston, MA area for 10+ years. After graduating from Lowell High School in 2004, he attended the University of Hartford in West Hartford, CT. In 2008 he graduated from the University of Hartford cum laude with a major in Criminal Justice, a Major in Sociology, and minor in Politics and Government.
From there, Nicholas attended Suffolk University Law School where he received his Juris Doctorate Degree with a concentration in Civil Litigation. While attending law school, Nicholas was a law clerk for the Law Offices of Blank and Solomon, a law clerk for Mann | Martin LLP, and a Rule 3.03 Prosecutor in Roxbury District Court in Suffolk County.
Nicholas has worked on a number of high profile cases, including homicide defense trials and multi-plaintiff civil litigation cases. He has been featured several times in local media regarding his tireless advocacy for his clients.
In his spare time, Nicholas plays rugby for the North Shore Rugby Football Club. An avid sports fan and athlete his entire life, Nicholas Frye’s goal is to bring the intensity, commitment, and the result-driven character traits he has learned through competition to his practice of law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
On February 20, 2015, Nicholas accepted an invitation to speak on behalf of a panel of practicing attorneys for an event hosted by the Massachusetts Bar Association to benefit high school aged students from Sociedad Latina. The purpose of the event was to educate high-school aged students from diverse backgrounds on the legal profession and the different paths to achieve becoming an attorney. Attorney Frye’s focus was on educating these students on how becoming an attorney is a possibility for everyone, including those in low income families and those that have no inside connections to the profession.