AUG. 29, 2018 — Attorney Nick Sanders is the Charleston School of Law’s new assistant dean of career services, Dean Andy Abrams announced today.
Sanders, a 2012 graduate of the law school, has served as its director of strategic recruiting since September 2016 where he worked with the Office of Admission to establish and develop relationships with undergraduate institutions and prospective students across the Southeast.
“Nick is a proven leader for the school who will do a great job in working with students to guide their paths after law school,” Abrams said. “He has extensive practice experience in the municipal, equity, civil and federal district courts of South Carolina and is an active member of the South Carolina and Charleston County Bars.
Sanders played collegiate basketball at Furman University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics. After college, he pursued a professional basketball career in the Netherlands, followed by a coaching career at the collegiate and youth levels. He, his wife and two sons live in Charleston.
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The Charleston School of Law offers students the unique opportunity to study the time-honored practice of law amid the beauty and grace of one of the South’s most historic cities, Charleston, South Carolina. Students at the Charleston School of Law study law as a profession and find a faculty focused on using the law as a calling in the public interest. Faculty members devote their full attention to excellent teaching and scholarship, both in and out of the classroom. Where traditions meet opportunity — that is Charleston and the Charleston School of Law.