NICOLE LYNNE CAMPBELL
Bethlehem, Georgia 30620
Legal Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law, Macon, Georgia
Juris Doctor, May 2014
Graduate University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Master of Science, Criminal Justice, June 2011
Undergraduate Macon State College and University, Macon, Georgia
Bachelor of Science, Business Management, May 2009
January 2015 to Walton County District Attorney’s Office, Monroe, Georgia
Present Assistant District Attorney. Present cases at preliminary hearings; perform courtroom attorney duties to include plea negotiations, advocate the State’s position at bond hearings, present pleas to the court for arraignment, and argue motions and probation revocations; represent the State in bond hearings; research various issues; draft appellate briefs; process expungement requests; prepare trial cases and represent the State as prosecutor.
August 2014 to Williams Law Group, Warner Robins, Georgia
December 2015 Law Clerk. Negotiate plea recommendations with municipal court defendants; draft defense motions for State Court and Superior Court defendants; consult with clients regarding criminal defense, divorce, legitimation, and personal injury cases.
August 2012 to Houston County District Attorney’s Office, Perry, Georgia
April 2014 Law Clerk. Practice under the Third Year Practice Act; present pleas to the court for arraignment; represent the State in bond hearings; research various issues; draft appellate briefs; process expungement requests for the office.
Summer 2012 Bibb County Superior Court, Macon, Georgia
Summer Intern for The Honorable S. Phillip Brown, Chief Judge. Drafted memoranda and orders to be signed by the judge; reviewed letters from inmates and researched underlying issues such as credit for time served, efficacy of counsel, and Probation Options Management; evaluated default judgment requests for validity.
October 2009 to Dozier Law Firm, Macon, Georgia
July 2011 Legal Assistant. Assisted in the location and interviews of witnesses, as well as the procurement of discovery material; aided in the preparation and filing of pleadings; consulted with clients in both criminal and personal injury cases.
August 2003 to GEICO, Macon, Georgia
August 2008 Claims Representative. Researched coverage issues as applicable to automobile losses; investigated claims involving liability disputes; responded to arbitration contentions; subrogated insurance companies and uninsured at-fault parties; trained new hires.
Law School CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Topics in the Jurisprudence of Crime (highest grade in course); CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Contemporary Topics in Health Law Seminar; CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Criminal Law and Psychiatry Seminar; CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Public Health Law; Dean’s List (Spring 2014).
Graduate School Alpha Phi Sigma: The National Criminal Justice Honor Society.
April 2007 Associate in Personal Insurance (API)
February 2007 Introduction to Claims (Claims)
May 2006 Associate in Insurance Services (AIS)
April 2006 Certificate of General Insurance (INS)