Alumni from all graduating classes of the Charleston School of Law “came home” to celebrate with classmates on December 1-2. This year’s homecoming marked a 10-year milestone for the inaugural class of 2007.
A strong gathering of alumni, particularly from the class of 2007, enjoyed a welcome party and reception and a traditional oyster roast and Lowcountry boil.
Alumni also gained free admission to a six-hour CLE sponsored by the law school, “Don’t Lose Millions Looking for Thousands . . . Almost Everything You Will Ever Need to Know About Trial Work, Jury Persuasion, Products Liability, and Electronic Discovery.”
“We had a great turnout for all activities,” said Michael Abro, who directs alumni services and is a member of the class of 2010. “Spending time with friends and seeing how well everyone is doing in their careers was incredibly gratifying.”