Attorney J. Gabe Talton (Partner)
Gabe Talton joined the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in 2015, handling personal injury cases. He is a Partner at the firm.
Prior to joining the firm, Gabe represented personal injury, workers’ compensation, and employment clients for more than 10 years. He also represented numerous Moral Monday cases pro bono. An attorney by day, and a detective at heart, Gabe enjoys trying to find that needle in a haystack that can mean the difference in winning a case or losing it.
Gabe earned his J.D. from Rutgers Law School, where he was a Marshal Brennan Fellow. He earned his B.S. from North Carolina State University with a major in History and a minor in Spanish.
Gabe was named a North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Emerging Legal Leader in 2011,5 and received the North Carolina Advocates for Justice Order of Service award in 2010, 2014, 2017, and 2018. He completed another three-year term on the NCAJ Board of Governors through 2020, as well as serving as communications chair of the NCAJ’s Auto Torts section, and was vice chair of the NCAJ Immigration Section for 2018.
He was appointed to serve on the GoTriangle Transit Advisory Committee, and is a member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, North Carolina Commission on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Criminal Justice System, North Carolina Bar Association, and North Carolina State Bar. The North Carolina Bar Association awarded Gabe a Citizen Lawyer Award in 2020 for his volunteer efforts with “worthy community or civic causes to improve the quality of life of those in their local or statewide communities.”
- James Scott Farrin Named to "U.S. News - Best Lawyers" 2023 'Best Law Firms' List, 8th Straight Year4
- NC Advocates for Justice Decorates Four James Scott Farrin Attorneys with Award for Outstanding Service
- Farrin Attorney Gabe Talton Accepts Leadership Position to Improve GoTriangle Transit
- NC Bar Association Recognizes Public Service of Two James Scott Farrin Attorneys with Citizen Lawyer Award
- The Rules of the Road: How Failing to Maintain or Repair a Vehicle Can Spell Negligence in Court
- New Technology, New Laws: 6 Need-to-Know Legal Facts about Self-Driving Cars in North Carolina
For legal reasons and client confidentiality, reviews have been slightly edited to remove identifying information and correct typos.
5For information regarding the standards for inclusion in the North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly ‘Leaders in the Law,’ visit nclawyersweekly.com.