Mr. David B. Bell
Bell & Bell
Address: 619 Greene St.
Augusta, GA 30903

University: The Citadel, A.B., 1971, University of Georgia, J.D., 1977
Admitted: 1977, Georgia
Biography: Through out his career David Bell has been a pioneer in developing trial techniques and technologies that get results. David Bell has been successful fighting for the rights and interests of injured people for over 30 years. Preparation, knowledge of the law and the determination to find a solution for every client makes David Bell a valuable partner for anyone needing expert legal representation. David Bell was born in Augusta Georgia and received his BA degree from the Citadel. After serving in the US Army David attend the University of Georgia School of Law where he graduated with honors. David began his career with the Bell Law Firm and took over the firm in -----. David is an avid cyclist and wilderness hiker. He and his wife Suzie make their home in Augusta and have 4 children. David has been involved in numerous community service projects including... The Bell's attend -----Church where David teachers adult Sunday School. Community service has always been a part of David Bell's work in Augusta. He has served on a number of local boards and commissions including the Augusta Richmond County Coliseum Authority, Richmond County Library Authority, Augusta Ballet and the Historic Augusta Board. In 2007 David Bell was awarded the Justice Robert Benham Community Service Award. David Bell has played an active role in the development of professional standards among trial lawyers. He has served as the President of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and continues to be an active speaker and presenter on issues relating to ethics and innovative trial techniques. He is a member of the Georgia State Bar and serves as the President of the University of Georgia Law School Association next year. Memberships:Augusta and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Georgia (Director, General Practice and Trial Section, 1986-1989; Chairman, Local Activities Committee, 1989-1990); Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (Vice President, 1985-1998; Secretary, 2000-2001; Treasure, 2000; Executive Vice President, 2001-2002; President Elect, 2002-2003; President, 2003-2004); The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; American Board of Trial Advocates.