Bob Mikell is an attorney with deep roots in Bulloch County. Bob joined Brown Rountree, PC as an associate in 2011 after previously serving as a summer associate in 2008. 

Prior to joining the firm, Bob served as a law clerk for the Honorable Jack Partain in the Superior Courts of the Conasauga Judicial Circuit in Whitfield and Murray Counties.

​Bob graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law. While at law school, he served as an articles editor for the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law. Bob is also a summa cum laude graduate of Georgia Southern University, where he completed the Bell Honors Program. 

Bob currently served on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Southern University Alumni Association and the Statesboro Kiwanis Club. Bob also serves as Chairman of the Downtown Statesboro Development Authority and Vice-President of Habitat for Humanity of Bulloch County. Bob has previously served on the Board of Directors of the Statesboro-Bulloch County Chamber of Commerce as President of the Bulloch County Bar Association. 

A life-long Statesboro resident and eighth generation Bulloch County resident, Bob graduated from Statesboro High School and is a member of Pittman Park United Methodist Church. He is married to the former Kelley Kee of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and was recently named one of the Top 20 Under 40 Business and Community Leaders in Bulloch County by the Statesboro Herald and to the inaugural class of 40 Under 40 Alumni by Georgia Southern University Alumni Association. 


Professional Activities & Affiliations:
∙Member, State Bar of Georgia
∙Member, South Carolina Bar
∙Member Real Property Section Georgia Bar
∙President, Bulloch County Bar Association 

Community Involvement: 
∙Chairman Downtown Statesboro Development Authority 
∙Stateboro-Bulloch Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
∙Georgia Southern University Alumni Association Board of Directors
∙Statesboro Kiwanis Club Board of Directors
∙Downtown Statesboro Development Authority Board of Directors
∙Habitat for Humanity of Bulloch County Board of Directors
∙Pittman Park United Methodist Church, Staff-Parish Committee 
∙Leadership Bulloch Class of 2012-2013

 ∙ Georgia Southern University 
    (B.A. 2007)
 ∙ The University of Georgia 
    (J.D. 2010)

Licensed to Practice
 ∙ Georgia 
 ∙ South Carolina

Areas of Practice​
  ∙ Civil Litigation
  ∙ Real Estate
  ∙ Estate Planning
  ∙ Commercial Law
Deep Ties to the Area:
Bob has a strong connection to Bulloch County. Bob's direct ancestors, including Barnet Mikell and his son James Mikell, a revolutionary war veteran, first settled in what is now Bulloch County in 1784. In 1795, a petition was presented to the State of Georgia requesting that Bulloch County be created. The petition had 122 signatures, eight of which were Mikells, including Bob's direct ancestors Barnet Mikell and James Mikell. John Mikell, Jr., Barnet’s nephew and James’ cousin, was one of three men appointed as the first county commissioners to fix a proper place for a courthouse and jail. The spot picked was the site of the present Bulloch County Courthouse.  From the founding of the county to the present, nine generations of Mikells have served in the legal, agricultural, and financial sectors of the local economy.  
Ernest Mikell was a local banker at Sea Island Bank during the 1920's. 
Bob's Great Grandfather, H.W. Mikell, pictured here in 1913 in Triangle Park in downtown Statesboro, was a local farmer.
The Hon. R.P. "Bob" Mikell served as the Bulloch County Ordinary (Probate Judge) from 1956-1972. 
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Robert F. Mikell