- 4.9/5.0 (6 reviews)
Since starting his legal career in 1987, Harry Revell has earned a reputation for committing himself totally to the best interests of his clients. Although comfortable with all aspects of civil litigation, Mr. Revell’s particular interest and expertise is in complex litigation such as professional negligence, serious and catastrophic injury cases, land condemnation cases, and business and commercial litigation. He has achieved several multi-million-dollar verdicts & settlements, including class actions that resulted in substantial cash payments and other benefits to thousands of individuals throughout the country.
Harry was born and raised with traditional small-town values in Louisville, Georgia. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in 1976 and joined Georgia Power Company shortly after graduation. At Georgia Power Mr. Revell progressed through various management positions and ultimately relocated to Washington D.C. where he became a Director for the U.S. Committee for Energy Awareness. Following completion of his legal education at the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, VA and the Woodrow Wilson College of Law in Atlanta, GA, Harry moved to Augusta in 1987 and joined what later became the Burnside, Wall, Daniel, Ellison & Revell law firm. In August 2004 he partnered with Sam Nicholson to form Nicholson Revell LLP.
Harry is an active member of the Augusta Bar Association, having served as a member of the Executive Committee before becoming President in 2005. He is also a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the American Bar Association and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. In 2006 and 2007, the Georgia Supreme Court appointed Harry as a mentor in the Transition into Law Practice Program sponsored by the State Bar of Georgia. Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Review Rating System recognizes Harry with its “AV” rating, the height of professional excellence based on skill and integrity.
Harry has been married to Sheila Dixon Revell for more than 35 years. They have three grown children, Hunt, Dixon and his wife Charlene, and Eleanor and her husband Dr. Benton Johnson, and three grandchildren. Harry is an active member of Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church where he has served as Ruling Elder & Deacon and now serves as a Trustee for the church’s Foundation. He has been involved in various community activities including serving on the Boards of Child Enrichment, Inc., United Cerebral Palsy, Augusta Ballet, The Family Y, the Lakeside Panther Athletic Association and the Columbia County Greenspace Committee.
• Doctors Hospital of Augusta, LLC v. Alicea, 299 Ga. 315 (2016)
• Kight v MCG Health, Inc. 296 Ga. 687 (2015)
• MCG Health, Inc. v. Owners Insurance, et al., 288 Ga. 782 (2011)
• Hooters of Augusta, Inc. v. American Global Ins. Co., 272 F.Supp.2d 1365 (S.D. Ga 2003)
• Powell v. Norman Elec. Galaxy, Inc., 225 Ga App 407 (2002)
• Hooters of Augusta, Inc. v. Nicholson, 245 Ga App 363 (2000)
• Dunaway v. Columbia County, 213 Ga App 840 (1994)
• SJT, Inc. v. Richmond County, 215 Ga App 73 (1994)
• Fleet Finance v. Jones, 263 Ga 228 (1993)
• Richmond County v. 0.153 acres of land, 208 Ga App 208 (1993)
Past Employment Positions
• Burnside, Wall, Daniel, Ellison & Revell, Partner, 1987 – 2004
• U.S. Committee for Energy Awareness Director, 1985 – 1987
• Georgia Power Co., Various, 1976 – 1985
Fraternities/Sororities• Sigma Chi
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