Charleston School of Law

center for business and
transactional law

ABOUT THE CENTER

The Center for Business and Transactional Law’s mission is to create and expand business law opportunities for students and the legal community in South Carolina.

FACULTY AND STAFF

The Charleston School of Law faculty are dedicated to both their fields of study and to teaching the next generation of transactional law lawyers.

student opportunities

Through the Center for Business and Transactional Law interested students benefit from opportunities to collaborate and compete based on real-world experiences and diverse extracurricular activities.

Student Opportunities

Through the Center for Business and Transactional Law interested students benefit from opportunities to collaborate and compete based on real-world experiences and diverse extracurricular activities that enrich the law school experience.

The Center for Business and Transactional Law offers year-round opportunities for students to practice their transactional skills through bootcamps, informal training sessions, internal competitions and participation in national competitions. (MISSING)

The Center for Business and Transactional Law is also committed to providing law students with access to modern and cutting-edge library resources and databases for learning and practicing transactional skills. The Center for Business and Transactional Law liaises with the Charleston School of Law library staff to provide specialized transactional law training sessions.

Some opportunities include:

The Center for Business and Transactional Law includes the Transactional Law Team which is an advocacy program for students to hone their transactional law negotiating and drafting skills by focusing on practical skills opportunities and national competitions.

Mar
12
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Professionalism Series: Measuring Hope and Building Resilience

The next Professionalism Series event will be held of Tuesday, March 12 at 12 noon in Room 333. Professor Sean...

Mar
20
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Professionalism Series: Behind the Scenes of Capital Defense

The next Professionalism Series event at Charleston School of Law will be held on Wednesday, March 20 at 12 noon...

Duke Interscholastic
Transactional Law Competition
Matthew Decker and Kathryn Hemphill took home 2nd place for the Sellers round at Duke Law.
Wayne State JaffeTransactional Law Competition
Mandi Cummings and Lauren Tuffo won the Best Buyer Draft at Wayne State.
Professionalism
Series
Thank you so much to those of you that came out today for TLT’s professionalism event! We had a great turn out and we appreciate all
of the support for CSOL’s Transactional Law Team.
William & Mary
Law School
Sydney Cameron and Mitchell Lyle traveled to William & Mary Law School to compete.
Internal
Competition
Congratulations to our 2L members for a wonderful internal competition. The awards for best draft and best mark-up went to Emily Sanders and Caroline Raine. The award for best negotiation was given to JP Fountain and Lexi Mecum.
TLT Team
What an amazing team! We are so grateful for everyone and the dedication that every single one of our members.
Internal
Competition
TLT Internal Competition. Shoutout to Professor Steadman and TLT Chair Mandi Cummings for
all their hard work.
TLT Interest
Meeting
Thank you to those that came to our interest meeting! We are thrilled to see so much interest in the Transactional Law Team!
Transactional Law
in Chicago
Danielle, Natalia and Jennifer in Chicago for
their competition. The project consisted of representing a hospital trying to expand into another county buy buying an already
existing hospital.