Learn More About Travis W. Bell
A near lifelong resident of Monticello, Kentucky, Travis W. Bell has been practicing law across Central and Eastern Kentucky since 2015. During undergraduate studies at Lindsey Wilson College, Travis obtained a Bachelors Degree; majoring in Criminal Justice and History and minoring in Business Administration and Political Science. Upon graduating with cum laude honors, Travis attended Appalachian School of Law where he obtained his Masters Degree in Legal Studies and his Juris Doctorate. While studying at Appalachian School of Law, he participated in various community service related programs including community clean-up efforts, abandoned pet adoptions, Remote Area Medical Clinic volunteer work, and assisted the Buchanan County, Virginia Child Protective Services. Following his admission to the bar, he worked for the Department of Public Advocacy before entering private practice. Along with his private practice, he serves as the Assistant Wayne County Attorney and the Assistant Commonwealth Attorney for the 57th Judicial Circuit. As an active member of the community he volunteers in different community based charitable efforts, coaches little league football, and is a member of the Masonic Lodge.