Take comfort in our experience.
When you are facing a catastrophic injury or significant acquisition, you need lawyers who have your back. No two cases are alike and cookie-cutter approaches won’t get you the results you want. At DuRant & DuRant, P.A, you aren’t just a number.
Frank DuRant has practiced law in Myrtle Beach since 1979. Julian DuRant joined DuRant & DuRant, P.A. after clerking two years in the federal judiciary and working two years in a multi-national law firm. Together, they provide individuals and businesses decades of experience with a fresh, Big Law perspective.
Frank H. DuRant
With over four decades of legal experience, Frank has been a mainstay in the Grand Strand legal community since the internet was invented. Frank’s legal career started at the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office in Columbia, where he represented the State in all types of civil disputes. Since then, he’s aggressively represented his clients in all aspects of civil litigation—from jury trials to appeals—throughout South Carolina and within the Fourth Circuit. Frank assists his real-estate clients with residential and commercial closings. He's also a Certified Circuit Court Mediator.
Frank is a Deacon at the First Presbyterian Church in Myrtle Beach and a member of the Board of Directors at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel. In the past, he’s been the Chairman of the Zoning Board of Adjustments for the City of Myrtle Beach, a Board Member of the YMCA and Habitat for Humanity, and a Member of Chicora Rotary and the Dunes Club.
University of South Carolina School of Law
Juris Doctor, 1976
Julian W. DuRant
A Grand Strand native, Julian recently returned home after cutting his teeth in Charlotte, North Carolina.
After graduating first in his class at Wake Forest’s Law School, Julian spent two years in public service as law clerk to the Honorable Richard Voorhees, United States District Court Judge for the Western District of North Carolina. During his clerkship, Julian was exposed to all aspects of federal litigation, including civil and criminal trials as well as appellate practice in the Fourth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeal.
Julian then worked in the Litigation & Trial Practice group for an international law firm from 2016 to 2018. There he assisted in a three-week trial, defended a business in a putative class action, and worked on internal investigations of multi-million-dollar companies. He’s worked on briefs filed in the North Carolina Supreme Court, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of United States of America.
In Charlotte, Julian served as a Steering Committee Member of the Federalist Society (Charlotte Lawyers Chapter) and was a Board Member of the Federal Bar Association of the Western District of North Carolina.
Wake Forest University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2014
Summa Cum Laude
Order of the Coif
James F. Hoge Scholarship
Highest Average in
Civil Procedure I and II
Constitutional Law II
Legal Analysis, Writing, & Research II
Legislative and Administrative Law
Community Law & Pro Bono Clinic
University of South Carolina Honor's College
Magna Cum Laude
Phi Beta Kappa