Nita Gray is a Trial Technology Consultant within Kilpatrick Townsend’s LitSmart® E-Discovery Team. During her 30+ year career, she has regularly assisted attorneys and clients with trial technology support, graphics, patent drawings and the creation of demonstratives. She also has “hot seat” experience and has handled hearings, arbitrations and trials for several of the firm’s largest clients. Nita’s background is in graphics, but she is well versed in courtroom and war room setup. In addition, she prepares patent drawings for the firm’s patent prosecution teams. Moreover, Nita is an expert in several presentation and design tools, including Sanction II, Trial Director, West Case Notebook and Adobe Creative Suite.
Nita’s educational background is in Business Administration (Loyola University), Desktop Publishing (Art Institute of Atlanta) and Digital Photography (Emory University). Presently, she is studying Digital Photography at Emory University. Prior to joining Kilpatrick Townsend, she held various positions at Loyola University School of Law, the Illinois State Appellate Defender’s Office, and at a Chicago based international law firm. Nita was also the Creative Director for a large Atlanta based law firm.
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Art Institute of Atlanta, Certificate in Desktop Publishing
Loyola University Chicago, Business Administration
American Institute of Graphic Arts, Member
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