|EDUCATION||University of Georgia, BA – Risk Management and Insurance
University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D.
|BAR MEMBERSHIPS||State of Georgia|
|PRACTICE AREAS||Commercial Litigation
Enoch Hicks is a trial attorney in the Civil and Commercial Litigation Department of Moore Ingram Johnson & Steele. Enoch joined the firm in 2020 and focuses his practice on civil litigation and general trial practice.
Prior to joining the firm, Enoch served as Assistant Attorney General in the Georgia Office of the Attorney General, where he defended numerous state government entities against lawsuits brought under the Georgia Tort Claims Act. Enoch brings his experience defending large government entities along with his knowledge as a former state court prosecutor and judicial staff attorney to the firm to better assist clients in reaching their goals.
Enoch is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law and the University of Georgia Terry College of Business Risk Management and Insurance Program.
During law school, Enoch was a competing member of the Mock Trial Bar with a first-place victory at the 2015 Carolinas Competition. Enoch also developed a passion for giving back by serving as a Student Board Member of the Pro Bono Program where he provided assistance to underserved communities through the My Wills Volunteer program, Ask-A-Lawyer project, and serving as the E-File Administrator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
In 2016, Enoch was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia and is currently admitted in good standing with the following courts:
– The United States District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Georgia;
– The Georgia Supreme Court;
– The Georgia Court of Appeals; and,
– All State and Superior Courts of Georgia.
Enoch lives in Marietta, Georgia and enjoys fly fishing, kayaking, and backpacking throughout the Southeast.