Charleston School Of Law: Earn your law degree in historic Charleston, South Carolina

A beautiful place to earn your law degree. An even better place to call home.

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We learn in the #1 ranked city in America.

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Our Professors Are Ranked #9 By The Princeton Review.

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Be a part of the #4 ranked law school for Quality of Life.

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Study the time-honored practice of law amid the beauty and grace of one of the South’s most historic cities.

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Charleston is home to a wide array of events such as the Charleston Wine + Food Festival, Spoleto Arts Festival, Family Circle Cup tennis tournament, and Cooper River Bridge Run.

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Contribute to our tax-exempt non-profit organization so we can offer scholarships to deserving students.

OUR SCHOOL

ABOUT US

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Interested in studying at the Charleston School of Law or plan to visit the Charleston area? Learn more about our school and city.

ADMISSIONS

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Interested in furthering your legal education? Learn how to apply to the Charleston School of Law.

ACADEMICS

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The Charleston School of Law offers full-time and part-time courses of study leading to the Juris Doctor degree.

ALUMNI

Find out more about Charleston School of Law alumni and stay up-to-date on the latest happenings at the school.

NEWS & EVENTS

Oct.
2

Charleston Law named semifinalists in the Mockingbird Invitational National Trial Competition

Charleston Law’s team of Alexandra Heaton (University of South Carolina ’12), James Bryson (College of Charleston ’11), Fred Davis (Francis Marion University ’13) and Lyndsay Luthringer (College of Charleston ’15) finished a 20-team competition as national semifinalists at the Mockingbird Invitational National Trial Competition on September 27-30 in Montgomery, Ala. Heaton also won the individual award for best opening statement…

Sept.
29

Students explore promising practice areas through Career Series

Every semester the Department of Career Services sponsors the Career Series to help students learn more about different areas of the law and get practical advice from leading attorneys in these areas. The Career Series, which began in 2010, is ongoing and offered in the fall and spring semesters…