Michael Q. Gault

Business Law|Business Litigation|Criminal Defense|Personal Injury

Harrison White, P.C. attorney Michael Gault understands that each of his clients consider their case to be the most important case on which he’s working, and he makes sure they receive the attention and support they deserve.

“When a client comes to the firm, it is often with one of the most difficult life experiences they will ever have,” says Gault. “I have the opportunity to calm their fears, understand their problem and help them find a solution.”

A native of the West Springs community of Union County, S.C., Gault graduated from Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C. with a degree in government before working in the Washington, D.C. lobbying office of conservation organization Ducks Unlimited. During this time he assisted with the impact of the BP oil spill and was inspired to become an attorney. Gault returned to South Carolina and received his J.D. from the Charleston School of Law, going on to serve four years as assistant solicitor for the 16th Circuit Solicitor’s Office. In this role Gault was responsible for the prosecution of General Sessions-level crimes ranging from property crime to attempted murder. As assistant solicitor he also worked closely with law enforcement during investigations.

Gault’s joining the law firm of Harrison White, P.C. in 2019 as a member of the firm’s civil litigation team was a homecoming of sorts; prior to working as assistant solicitor, Gault served as an attorney with the firm, then known as Harrison, White, Smith & Coggins, P.C.

“I’m pleased to be home at Harrison White,” says Gault. “This is a firm that works hard to improve the lives of our clients by offering integrity-driven, results-oriented legal services. I’m delighted to be a member of the team.”

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