Meet the Charleston School of Law Foundation
The Charleston School of Law Foundation champions student scholars and faculty endeavors to bolster the undergirding tenets of the mission of the Charleston School of Law: To train attorneys for the good of the people.
The Charleston School of Law provides a dynamic, rich academic environment in the friendly city of Charleston, South Carolina, where more than 500 students study the time-honored practice of law.
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Giving back is a major theme that permeates Charleston School of Law. It is one of the handful of law schools in the country that requires students to perform at least 30 hours of public service work to graduate.
“The foundation is committed to the law school’s goal of providing the highest level of legal education,” said Foundation Chair Sylvia Harvey. “We want to ensure that the school has the resources to excel in these endeavors.”
“We hope our graduates will share the common value when they graduate that part of their service as attorneys is to give back to their communities and make them a little better,” Charleston School of Law Dean Andy Abrams said.