Gavin Bell

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Gavin brings his experience in complex federal litigation to Miller Law Group's qui tam and civil rights practice areas.

Gavin began his legal career defending clients facing government investigations, including representing the North Carolina branch of a major political party, a federal executive branch official, and a bank president. Since joining Miller Law Group, Gavin has used his experience to bring qui tam actions on behalf of whistleblowers, state governments, and the federal government.

Gavin Bell joined Miller Law Group after graduating with honors from Campbell University School of Law.

During law school, Gavin clerked for United States Magistrate Judge Robert T. Numbers, II, in Raleigh.  There, he worked closely with Judge Numbers on numerous civil rights and criminal matters, developing a keen familiarity with the Eastern District of North Carolina.

While at Campbell, Gavin also served on the Board of Editors for Campbell Law Review and as a Teaching Scholar, mentoring and tutoring half of Campbell’s first-year students in the area of property law.

Gavin is proud to continue his family’s near century of legal service as a fourth-generation attorney.  From federal and state judges, to a professor emeritus, Gavin continues his family’s legacy of devoted service in the profession by helping clients navigate serious legal issues.

A born-and-raised North Carolinian, Gavin lives in Raleigh with his wife Mary, a dedicated public-school teacher.  He enjoys the outdoors, reading, spending time with family, and Atlanta Braves baseball.

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