Destin C. Hall

Destin C. Hall

Primary Areas of Practice: Family, Criminal, Local Government

Meet Destin C. Hall

Destin C. Hall is a general practice attorney representing clients in Caldwell, Catawba, Burke, and surrounding counties. He is a graduate of Appalachian State University, where he majored in finance and insurance, and he earned his law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law.

At Wake Forest University School of Law, Destin C. Hall excelled in the study of litigation, earning the highest class grade in both trial practice and advanced trial practice. Mr. Hall was also awarded the North Carolina Advocates for Justice Award for being the most outstanding advocate in trial practice. Additionally, he participated as a member of the Wake Forest American Association for Justice Trial Team.

After graduating from Wake Forest University School of Law, Destin C. Hall practiced in Charlotte, North Carolina, representing clients all across the Charlotte metropolitan region. After practicing in Charlotte, Mr. Hall moved his practice back home to the Catawba Valley area. Mr. Hall has also served Caldwell County in the North Carolina House of Representatives since 2017. A native of Lenoir, North Carolina, Destin C. Hall graduated from West Caldwell High School, where he was a varsity athlete on both the baseball and soccer teams.


Education

Destin C. Hall graduated from Appalachian State University, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He then attended Wake Forest University School of Law to obtain his Juris Doctor.

Recognitions & Associations

GOPAC Emerging Leaders for 2020 and 2021

2015 Class of E.A. Morris Fellowship for Emerging Leaders

North Carolina Advocates for Justice Award for a most outstanding advocate in Trial Practice section, Fall 2013

CALI Award for the highest class grade in Trial Practice, Fall 2013

CALI Award for the highest class grade in Advanced Trial Practice, Spring 2014

Personal Life

Destin Hall has served in the North Carolina House of Representatives since 2017.