Growing up as the son of an attorney, David Gibbs III knew early on in life that the Lord had called him as a legal missionary to the American justice system. In 1993, he graduated from Duke University School of Law, and went on to become an attorney.
During the mid-2000s, David had the opportunity to serve as the lead attorney in the Terri Schiavo case, representing her parents to the U.S. Supreme Court as they fought to save their daughter’s life.
It was after his involvement in this case that he was especially burdened to establish an organization which would work to defend the rights of those who could not do so for themselves. As a result, he founded the National Center for Life and Liberty (NCLL) in 2012.
David Gibbs III currently serves as President of NCLL. He is also a preacher, national speaker, and Fox News contributor.
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We’re also giving away 3 of David’s books at the end of this week, including an autographed copy of “Fighting for Dear Life” (David’s book about his time defending Terri Schiavo). We’re also giving away a set of church legal training DVDs from David’s ministry as well. Just leave a comment on our Facebook post, or share this post there and you’ll be entered into our giveaway at the end of this week!
Fighting for Dear Life (David’s book about his time defending Terri Schiavo)
Understanding the Constitution (another book that David wrote)
Making Sense of Religion in America’s Public Schools (another book David wrote)
Below is a 30-minute documentary that David made about Terri’s case.