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Reginald Kelly

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Attorney-at-Law, Reginald Kelly (E-Mail), graduated cum laude in his graduating class from Campbell University School of Law. While in law school, he was Articles Editor of the Campbell Law Review; received Am Jur Book Awards for Real Property II, Advanced Criminal Procedure, and Trial Advocacy; was Marshall in the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International; was a member of the National Moot Court team; was Student Bar Association Legislative Council Representative; and was Treasurer of Toastmasters International.

He received his undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University in 1976 magna cum laude. He is a member of the North Carolina Bar, North Carolina Bar Association, Harnett County Bar Association, and North Carolina Advocates for Justice. Also, he is a Mason, a Shriner, Past President of the Boone Trail Puritan Club, and a member of Antioch Baptist Church in Mamers, NC. He has two children, Chase and Rebecca.

Contact Reginald for help with DWI, traffic offenses, and real estate law.

What Our Clients

Have Said...

Oliver and Sherrie M. – Car Accident

“We were hit head-on by someone who run a red light. I got bruised up real bad inside and I had just had shoulder surgery and it inflamed that. My wife was hurt the worst. It disfigured her right arm. We were referred to Mr. West through our son-in-law so we went up and set an appointment with him. We went in and met him for the first time and he is a very nice gentleman to say the least. He took over the case and found out who the [driver] was. It had totaled the car and I had just gotten it paid off. They didn’t even get hurt. Mr. West took the case and went way out of his way to help. The lady who hit us … they had only the cheapest insurance to get the car on the road … so he helped us get more money to help us pay the bills. We are very happy with how it turned out. Kelly and West, they’re good people. You can talk to them and they’re down home people.”