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Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. is proud to employ employees in two states and four offices in North and South Carolina.  The firm believes effective communication practices within the offices are crucial to a healthy work environment. To foster communication and efficiency, supervising attorneys and firm management are easily accessible. All firm managers, including the managing partner, chief administrative officer, and human resources director, are readily available contacts for all employees.


Simply stated, GWB is an excellent place to work. The people are interesting, the work is challenging, and the firm features a number of diverse personalities and backgrounds all working toward the common goal of excellent client service. GWB values teamwork, respect of co-workers, and puts the needs of the firm before individual goals and agendas. 


GWB Core Values

In 2003, GWB introduced its ever-present core values.  The firm adopted the core values listed below as part of its culture and vowed to live by these values within the firm as well as communicate them to GWB clients and the community:

  • Excellence in Client Service and in the Quality of Our Work
    We provide the highest quality work and highest level of service to all of our clients.
  • Firm First
    We value teamwork and put the needs of the firm before individual goals and agendas.
  • Integrity
    We hold ourselves to the highest standards of honesty and integrity in all that we do.
  • Communication
    We engage in open and positive communication with all of our clients and colleagues.
  • Trust
    We trust each other to always do our best for our clients and the firm.
  • Respect
    We respect every member of the Gallivan, White & Boyd team.
  • Accountability
    We hold each other accountable for providing the best in service, work quality and all of our contributions to the firm.
  • Camaraderie/Fellowship
    We appreciate the camaraderie and fellowship that we share among our firm family, our extended families and professional relationships.
  • Community
    We are committed to our profession and communities we serve and believe that we have an obligation to continue to each in a meaningful way.


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