Nicole Marie Gill focuses her practice on e-discovery and data management issues and has handled a variety of commercial litigation matters. The bulk of her experience is discovery review with respect to government investigations and large-scale antitrust litigation.
She has also defended health care providers and companies in malpractice and negligence actions and has written articles appearing in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, The Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly, and the World Association for Medical Law’s Medicine and Law Journal, on issues arising in this context.
Nicole has experience researching, drafting, and filing a variety of pleadings and motions, responding to interrogatories and requests, conducting and defending depositions, and conducting extensive and complicated document reviews.
Prior to joining the firm, Nicole was an associate attorney at the Philadelphia office of a Northeast-based law firm. She was also a judicial intern for the Honorable Marjorie Rendell, U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals and a summer law clerk for the Honorable Juan Sánchez. Before gaining legal experience, Nicole was an English teacher at two all-girls academies in Delaware.
Nicole earned her undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, and master’s degree from Villanova University. She went on to earn a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in publishing from New York University’s School of Continuing Professional Studies.
Nicole earned her law degree, summa cum laude, from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where she was a Temple Law Review member, treasurer of the Health Law Society, secretary/treasurer of the Women’s Law Caucus, and secretary of the Justinian Society.
- Temple University School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2015
- Villanova University, M.A., 2005
- Villanova University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2002
BAR ADMISSIONS : Pennsylvania; New Jersey
COURT ADMISSIONS :
- U.S. District Court — Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court — Middle District of Pennsylvania
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