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Pre-Trial Civil Practice in Georgia: The Devil in the Details

Produced on July 30, 2020

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Course Information

Time 64 minutes
Difficulty Beginner
Categories Litigation

Course Description

Presented by Titus T. Nichols, this program will walk attorneys through pre-trial practice in civil cases in Georgia, including pre-trial motions, witness subpoenas, witness preparation, evidence prep and management, and joint pre-trial orders. 

This program will benefit new civil litigators, as well as more experienced attorneys who are looking to deepen their perspective on pre-trial case preparation. 



Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify key pre-trial motions and how to use them strategically
  2. Discuss proper use of witness subpoenas
  3. Prepare witnesses for direct and cross-examination
  4. Put together a well-organized joint pre-trial order


Credit Information

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Faculty

Titus T. Nichols

The University of Georgia School of Law

Titus T. Nichols is the owner and managing partner of Nichols Law, where he represents individuals who have sustained catastrophic injuries due to motor vehicle wrecks and unsafe premises. He also advises businesses and individuals on data privacy and cybersecurity matters. After graduating from Morehouse College in 2006 and the UGA School of Law in 2009, he clerked for the Honorable Robert Jenkins of the 13th Judicial Circuit in Greenville, South Carolina. He went on to serve as an assistant district attorney in Augusta, Georgia, before going into private practice with the firm of Bell & Brigham. Nichols has previously served as an adjunct professor at Augusta University and Furman University. He also serves in the U.S. Army as a judge advocate general for the Georgia Army National Guard.