Nicholas A. Caputo is the founder of a small firm and handles a wide variety of cases in state and federal courts ranging from complex commercial disputes to sophisticated personal injury matters Mr. Caputo is also an Adjunct Professor at the Chicago-Kent College of Law where he serves as the Deputy Director and as an Instructor for the Trial Advocacy Program which is routinely ranked among the top programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. He has taught nearly forty semesters of some discipline of courtroom preparation and presentation such as Trial Advocacy I, Intensive Trial Advocacy, Trial Advocacy II, Evidence & Advocacy, and Litigation Technology. Mr. Caputo earned his law degree from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, with Honors.
Mr. Caputo is also the co-author of Motions, Requests, and Notices in Preparation for Trial,” Illinois Civil Practice Volume II: Preparing For Trial,” for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education (2006, 2009, & 2012).
Mr. Caputo has been recognized as the Chicago-Kent College of Law Adjunct Professor of the Year (2010-2011), as a Rising Star by Illinois SuperLawyers (2011), and is the recipient of the Chicago-Kent Young Alumni Award (2011) and the Honorable David A. Erickson Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy Coaching (2011-2012).
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