Brian is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. He obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2000. He is a member of the South Carolina Bar, and he has served on numerous committees including the Ethics Advisory Committee, Professional Responsibility Committee, and the Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee.
Brian and his wife, Amy, have two sons. Brian has served as a volunteer youth soccer coach for more than 10 years. He is also an avid band parent and enjoys playing computer/video/board games with his boys in his spare time.
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- Nursing Home Abuse
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- University of South Carolina School of Law
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- “Leave the Representation, Take the Cannoli: The Crime Fraud Exception to the Attorney-Client Privilege and The Godfather
- South Carolina Lawyer Magazine
- “Church Bells and Wheelchairs: The ADA and Religion”
- South Carolina Assoc. for Justice
- Landlord-Tenant Law: Lease Agreements, Defaults & Collections, Columbia, SC
- Sterling Education Services
- 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
- District Court of South Carolina
- Brian C. Gambrell's Website Profile
- The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, P.C. Website
- Injury Law News in the Carolinas
- Car Buying Tips from an Auto Fraud Attorney – Part 2
31 December 2019
- Don’t Wait for an Accident: Hire an Auto Accident Insurance Attorney Today!
20 December 2019
- Holiday Blues and Self-care
16 December 2019
- RAISE THE AGE GOES INTO FULL EFFECT
13 December 2019
- Auto Accident Attorneys: How Can They Help You?
10 December 2019
- Civil Rights Act May Provide Protection to Men Wrongfully Accused of Sexual Harassment
22 November 2019
- Do You Really Need a Motor Vehicle Accident Attorney?
19 November 2019
- The Inherent Unfairness of Rule 414
14 November 2019
- Medical Payments Coverage: To Use or Not to Use
6 November 2019