Hull Barrett – Full Service Law Firm in Georgia and South Carolina
Hull Barrett law firm is committed to delivering results in today’s world with a vision for the needs of tomorrow. Established in 1916 in Augusta and in 1872 in Aiken, Hull Barrett is a law firm with a long successful history in Georgia and South Carolina, proudly serving the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) which includes 13 counties in Georgia (Augusta/Richmond, Burke, Columbia, Emanuel, Glascock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Lincoln, McDuffie, Screven, Taliaferro, Warren and Wilkes) and 5 counties in South Carolina (Aiken, Allendale, Barnwell, Edgefield and McCormick). Our client-centered focus and depth of experience enables us to provide exceptional value in the most cost effective manner to you. With 24 lawyers plus support staff, the firm provides top quality legal representation and service to its clients and the community.
Our Mission: Hull Barrett, PC aspires to become THE choice law firm of the CSRA and throughout Georgia and South Carolina, by exhibiting its reputation for integrity and professionalism through client services, personal relationships and dedication to the community and by generating successful outcomes at a competitive cost.
What Makes Hull Barrett Different?
- Competitive Pricing
- Comprehensive Legal Services
- Community Involvement
Hull Barrett is engaged in a general civil practice providing a broad range of legal services with an emphasis on general litigation, trials and appeals ∙ securities and corporate law ∙ mergers, acquisitions and public offerings ∙ local government law and eminent domain actions ∙ health care ∙ computer and technology law ∙ internet ventures ∙ trademark and copyright law ∙ taxation ∙ public finance ∙ commercial real estate ∙ construction law and disputes ∙ employment law ∙ banking law ∙ insurance law ∙ trusts, estate planning and probate ∙ First Amendment and media law ∙ environmental matters. We represent a broad client base of major corporations, small businesses, professional entities, financial and lending institutions, local governments, public authorities, public utilities, railroad companies, insurance companies, health care institutions and individuals.