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Dec. 15, 2019 – The Charleston School of Law will graduate 31 students during a 2 p.m. Dec. 15 winter commencement ceremony at Trident Technical College in North Charleston. The school will confer juris doctor (J.D.) degrees on 31 students who completed their studies this month. Speakers will include several members of the law...

Dec. 11, 2019 – The Keith James Williams Black Law Students Association will celebrate a special holiday tradition with its annual Angel Tree gift distribution to local children on Friday, Dec. 13, at Sanders-Clyde Elementary School. All Charleston Law students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend and should meet outside the elementary school at 1:15 p.m....

Nov. 26, 2019 – On December 6, 2019, the Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing Department at the Charleston School of Law will host a one-day workshop sponsored by the Legal Writing Institute, a national organization of legal writing and research scholars. The workshop will feature fifteen legal scholars from nine...

Nov. 14, 2019 – After being postponed due to Hurricane Dorian, the Charleston School of Law Trial Advocacy Board hosted the final round of its annual internal trial competition on Wednesday, Nov. 14. Preliminary rounds were held Nov. 7-10, and the competition concluded on Wednesday evening with Professor Bill Janssen...

Michael Tadros, 3L Undergraduate School: New Jersey Institute of Technology Hometown: Bayonne, N.J. 1) Why did you choose Charleston Law? After applying to law school, I had a few options. Some schools offered me a really competitive scholarship, others were closer to home, while others had great professors. Only one school offered me...

Oct. 23, 2019 – Charleston Law students Victoria Vesce and Jewell Hereford bonded over their love of fashion. They founded the Fashion Law Association this year, and the student organization has quickly grown to 36 members. WCBD News 2 recently interviewed members of the student organization about their upcoming charity...

Oct. 10, 2019 – Charleston Law adjunct professor Justin Kahn’s latest books on South Carolina Rules of Procedure and Evidence are now available from the South Carolina Bar CLE Division. For over 20 years, Professor Kahn has written the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure Annotated and the South Carolina Rules of...

Sept. 27, 2019 – The Charleston School of Law Moot Court Board completed its annual internal competition, culminating with the final round at the Charleston Music Hall on September 18. Finalists were Thomas Krahe and Catherine Etchells, representing the appellee, and Michael Tadros and Anne Huebschen, arguing for the appellant....

Sept. 26, 2019 – Aris Hanchard Ferguson (’16) recently was named an ABA Young Lawyers Division Scholar for the 2019-2020 ABA year. Ferguson is currently at attorney in the securities and fraud division at Motley Rice in Charleston, South Carolina. The YLD Scholarship Program represents the division’s commitment to encourage the...

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