South Carolina AG Alan Wilson speaks to law students
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson was the keynote speaker at the Charleston School of Law Professionalism Series event on Tuesday at the Charleston Museum Auditorium.
Wilson spoke about “Transparency, Justice, and Rectifying a Judicial Mistake.” The state’s attorney general will be discuss the details of the case, State v. Jeroid Price. You can learn more about the lawsuit here.
Criminal Law Society president Jacqueline Buffa and vice president Eliza Kapeluck Jackson led a Q&A following Wilson’s remarks.
“Being able to host Attorney General Wilson was genuinely surreal after months of planning,” said Buffa. “The Criminal Law Society executive board and I are so thankful to everyone in his office that helped us coordinate this and to all of the students and faculty that attended. His anecdotes and advice are sure to stay with all of us.”
“We are grateful to the Attorney General for spending time with students, speaking about his career, offering advice, and answering questions about some of the most pressing legal issues facing the state,” said Charleston Law Dean Larry Cunningham.
Wilson has served as South Carolina’s Attorney General since 2010. Wilson has focused on keeping South Carolina’s families safe, defending their freedom, and protecting their futures. Previously, he served as a prosecution division intern under Charlie Condon and as an Assistant Attorney General under Henry McMaster.
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