Michael W. Rabb is an associate in the firm’s Greenville, South Carolina, office. His practice includes all aspects of civil litigation, including medical malpractice defense, products liability, premises liability, insurance law, commercial litigation and general negligence.
Michael joined Gallivan White Boyd in June 2019. He received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2017. He graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, in 2014 with a Bachelors of Arts in business administration.
During law school, Michael was selected to tutor first-year law students in legal research and writing as a teaching assistant for Professor Ami Leventis and Dean Duncan Alford. He also served as a student works editor on Volume 68 of the South Carolina Law Review. Michael worked as a summer associate for the legal department at Michelin North America Headquarters in Greenville, South Carolina, and later as a summer associate on the business litigation team at Clawson & Staubes LLC in Charleston, South Carolina.
Prior to joining Gallivan White Boyd, Michael worked as a staff attorney at the South Carolina Court of Appeals before being asked to work directly with the Honorable H. Bruce Williams as a judicial law clerk. During his service at the Court of Appeals, Michael managed cases from initial review of appellate briefs and records through the drafting of final opinions. He assisted with all types of cases originating from various South Carolina courts, including: circuit court, family court, probate court, the Administrative Law Court and the Workers’ Compensation Commission.
B.A., Business Administration (2014)
University of South Carolina School of Law
- South Carolina Bar
- United States District Court for the District of South Carolina
- United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Associations & Professional Memberships
- Greenville County Bar
- Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University, Coordinator and Class Leader
- South Carolina Bar, Young Lawyers Division
- Professional Development Committee
- Backpack Drive Committee
News & Articles
A ‘Black Box’ for the Human Body: Civil Discovery of Wearable Technology Data in Personal Injury Cases
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