The Charleston School of Law is an ABA-accredited law school nationally recognized for its “Open Door” student-centric culture. Our faculty and staff are committed to preparing students for success.

Yes, it’s our mission; but it’s also a promise to our students. Our success begins and ends with student success.

The Learning Experience

At the Charleston School of Law, professors, administrators, classmates, and alumni are prepared to help you navigate your own unique path into the legal profession.

These programs provide you with a unique, real-world experience outside of the classroom to gain practical experience in a variety of legal professions. Learn more.

The Charleston Law Links (CLL) Mentorship Program is a partnership between the Charleston School of Law and the Charleston County Bar Association that matches you with local attorney mentors. Through the program, practicing attorneys talk with you about career decisions, professionalism, and life after law school. Learn more.

As part of the Charleston School of Law’s mission to instill within its students a commitment to public service, you must complete 50 hours of pro bono work. You will complete law-related work under the supervision of licensed attorneys practicing in the public interest legal sector. Learn more.

The Charleston School of Law places an emphasis on a broad and varied foundation in the substantive law and in the skills essential to effective legal practice. You may build on this foundation by choosing from four specialization designations, four curriculum tracks, or a personalized path exploring practice areas of your choosing. Learn more.