Nicole Gill is an eDiscovery attorney who concentrates her practice on electronic discovery in the higher education, financial services, construction, antitrust, government investigations, white-collar, insurance defense, and health care and life sciences contexts. In this role, Nicole manages complex and high-profile eDiscovery projects and routinely navigates data and privacy protection laws across many jurisdictions, both domestic and foreign. Nicole is adept in organizing large-scale data collections and manages complex document review workflows by leveraging advanced technologies and analytics to increase efficiency. She also implements quality control procedures to mitigate risk and counsels both clients and colleagues on issues related to eDiscovery, information governance and data management.
Having attended the Sedona Conference’s esteemed eDiscovery Negotiations Training, Nicole is involved with the eDiscovery element of meet and confer conferences, the preparation and negotiation of ESI protocols, and drafting responses to discovery motions and requests. She is also a member of the Sedona Conference and the Philadelphia Chapter of Women in eDiscovery.
Prior to joining the firm, Nicole was an associate attorney at the Philadelphia office of a Northeast-based law firm where she defended health care providers and companies in malpractice and negligence actions. 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. Nicole has written articles appearing in The Legal Intelligencer, Bloomberg Law, The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, The Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly, and the World Association for Medical Law’s Medicine and Law Journal.
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.