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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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

Aug
6

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

This Fall, we are offering many classes face-to-face, both for 1Ls and upper-level students with online-only options. To help reduce density in the building, we encouraged students to take a mix of both face-to-face and online courses to reduce the number of days per week that they come to campus. 

Aug
17

Highly credentialed class of 1L students welcomed to campus

The Charleston School of Law welcomed the class of 2023 to campus on August 10, 2020. Made up of 189 students, this class comes to Charleston from all over the United States, representing 116 different colleges and a variety of professions, from pilot to police officer to teacher to healthcare worker to sports writer. Women make up a majority of the class and 68 percent are from outside South Carolina. Their ages range from 21 to 53.

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