Founded in 1871, Gilbert Harrell is one of Georgia's oldest law firms, with an... more
Founded in 1871, Gilbert Harrell is one of Georgia's oldest law firms, with an established reputation for providing sophisticated legal representation to individuals, small businesses, and major corporations alike. Our experienced professionals have been recognized throughout the legal community for their work, and been invited to join such prestigious organizations as the American College of ... view profile
Roy J. Boyd, Jr. is an honors graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law,... more
Roy J. Boyd, Jr. is an honors graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, where he served on the Georgia Law Review. After practicing for large defense firms in Atlanta, Georgia for the first six years of his twenty-seven years of practice, he began his career as a Plaintiff's personal injury attorney after returning to his hometown in Brunswick, Georgia. He consistently resolves thr... view profile
Paul A. Schofield is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Georgia.... more
Paul A. Schofield is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Georgia. Paul gained unique knowledge and insight into bankruptcy law while serving as a law clerk of the Honorable John S. Dalis, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Brunswick and Waycross Divisions of the Southern District of Georgia. He has also represented clients in negotiations with the IRS to resolve t... view profile
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