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Rhani Lott Choi

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EdD, 2020

Rhani Lott Choi is the education director at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA). In this newly created leadership position, Choi oversees faculty recruitment, faculty training and development, and curriculum design for the legal advocacy training organization.

She had served as the director of academic advising and bar success Emory University School of Law and as the senior program coordinator for the Kessler-Eidson program for trial techniques and adjunct professor of law. Lott had been the advisor for the Emory Law Mock Trial Society and serves on the advisory board of Emory LGBTQ Legal Services, which launched in the spring 2018. As an adjunct professor, Lott taught in the area of advocacy.

Prior to her work at Emory, Lott practiced law in the areas of securities litigation and family law.

News Featuring Rhani Lott Choi

by Jewel Caruso

Rhani Lott Choi (EdD 2020) joined the National Institute for Trial Advocacy as their education director in June 2022.

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