HarrisMartin's Webinar Series: Camp Lejeune Strategies - Thoughts From The Bell Legal Group Speaker Profiles
Ed Bell led the charge to pass the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. In fact, he authored it. Ed led the charge for its passage for more than 15 years. No one understands the nuances of the legislation better than Ed Bell. He championed it along with other elite attorneys and victims alike. They all worked together to make it the law of the land. Bell Legal Group is a dedicated group of lawyers who understand how to support victims of Camp Lejeune water contamination and help them achieve their long-awaited day in court.
Aaron Jophlin founded The Jophlin Law Firm in 2017, located in historic Georgetown, South Carolina. After a decade of courtroom experience, Aaron focuses on complex litigation: medical malpractice, wrongful death, criminal defense, nursing home neglect, and catastrophic injury.
Eric Flynn is a partner at Bell Legal Group LLC. He attended undergrad at Vanderbilt University and law school at Washington and Lee University School of Law. He brings 14 years of experience to the Bell Legal Group LLC.
Gabrielle is a South Carolina attorney focusing on medical malpractice and products liability. She earned her law degree, magna cum laude, from the Charleston School of Law, where she served as Student Works Editor for the Charleston Law Review and was named to the Presidential Honors Society. She also earned a B.A. from the University of Maryland with a minor in Philosophy.
While attending law school, Gabrielle was a member of the Moot Court team, a legal research and writing fellow, a MUSC Presidential Scholar, President of the Health Law Society, and intern in General Counsel’s office at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Randy Lee is an attorney at the Bell Legal Group. Randy’s education included, Northwestern University, (B.A., Biology, 1978), University of Cincinnati Medical Center (M.D., 1982), Internship, Evanston Hospital, Northwestern University (Internal Medicine, 1983), Residency, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Medical Center (Anesthesiology, 1989), North Carolina Central University School of Law, (J.D., Summa Cum Laude 1999), Law Review.
Prior to beginning his legal career Randy practiced as a board-certified anesthesiologist for several years before attending North Carolina Central School of Law at night, where he finished first in the evening program.
Randy was a founding partner of his own law firm and spent most of his legal career as a defense attorney with a primary focus on medical malpractice and catastrophic injury cases at both primary coverage and excess coverage levels in multiple states. He has extensive trial experience and received numerous honors as a trial attorney.