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Robert P. Marcovitch

Adjunct Faculty
J.D., magna cum laude, Harvard Law School
B.A., summa cum laude, Columbia University

Robert P. Marcovitch specializes in state and federal civil, and federal criminal appellate litigation, including motions practice in trial courts. With more than 21 years as a member of the bar, Marcovitch has extensive experience as an appellate litigator, including six years in the 1990s as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Appellate Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Atlanta, several years in the late 1990s at a large law, and, most recently, as a solo practitioner focusing on appellate practice. He has written and edited countless numbers of appellate briefs, and he has also conducted oral argument in well over a dozen cases. He has also participated in the briefing and editing of major trial court motions in civil matters — including class certification and summary judgment motions — and in criminal proceedings, including motions for new trial and to suppress evidence.

Mr. Brickman teaches the course Georgia Appellate Practice.

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