Savian Gray-Sommerville focuses his practice on Litigation & Government Investigations. His experience includes commercial, civil, criminal, and environmental litigation. Savian also regularly counsels clients on regulatory compliance matters spanning several sectors and represents them in government investigations.

In addition to frequently representing Fortune 500 Companies, Savian has worked for various government entities. His judicial experience includes clerking for the Chief U.S. District Court Judge for the Western District of North Carolina and the Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Additionally, Savian worked at the United States Attorney’s office for the Eastern District of North Carolina in both the Criminal and Appellate Divisions.

Savian is experienced with forecasting and handling all sorts of potential and actual disputes. He understands all phases of the investigations, litigation, and appellate process. As a result, Savian vigorously advocates for his clients and aims to resolve disputes before trials and or appeals become necessary.

When not practicing law, Savian enjoys hiking, traveling, and serving his community. As a double Tar Heel, Savian cheers for only two teams: UNC, and whoever’s playing against Duke!


University of North Carolina School of Law J.D., 2020

University of North Carolina B.A., Political Science, 2017
B.A., Philosophy, 2017