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 city in America.

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Where tradition meets opportunity.

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Experience the difference.

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Apply to Charleston School of Law and 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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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

May
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Dec. 2020 class achieves 87% pass rate on SC Bar Exam

Charleston School of Law continues to see improved bar exam results, an important outcome for students, graduates, alumni, and the public. December 2020 graduates who sat for the South Carolina uniform bar exam in February passed at an impressive 87% rate: 20 of the 23 graduates passed, which is a record high for the school.

June
19

Incoming 1L class learns powerful lesson from George Stinney Case

Professor Miller Shealy and Charleston School of Law President Ed Bell recently spoke to an incoming class of 1L students about their roles in the historic George Stinney case, which exonerated a 14-year-old boy who had been convicted of murder and executed by the state of South Carolina in 1944. The George Stinney case is perhaps one of the most shocking miscarriages of justice in South Carolina history.

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