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The Charleston School of Law offers a comprehensive three-year juris doctor degree program that fully prepares its graduates to begin their careers practice-ready.

Set amid the beauty of one of the South's most historic cities, the Charleston School of Law teaches the practice of law as a profession whose chief aim is public service, providing relief for those who suffer because they are helpless, outnumbered or victims of prejudice. It achieves this in an environment of excellence and diversity, the hallmarks of which include a committed, caring and highly

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Charleston School of Law Class Achieves 87% Pass Rate on SC Bar Exam 06/07/2021

Charleston School of Law Class Achieves 87% Pass Rate on SC Bar Exam

“We are immensely proud of these results, which are a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students” — Dean Larry Cunningham.

https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/06/07/december-2020-class-achieves-87-pass-rate-on-south-carolina-bar-exam/

Charleston School of Law Class Achieves 87% Pass Rate on SC Bar Exam Charleston School of Law continues to see improved bar exam results, an important outcome for students, graduates, alumni, and the public. December 2020 graduates who sat for the South Carolina uniform bar exam in February passed at an impressive 87% rate: 20 of the 23 graduates passed, which is a r...

South Carolina Lawyer May 2021 Page 42 06/03/2021

South Carolina Lawyer May 2021 Page 42

Great tips for beating writer's block from former journalist and CSOL alum Wes B. Allison.

South Carolina Lawyer May 2021 Page 42

Professor Nancy Zisk appointed Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development - Charleston School of Law 05/28/2021

Professor Nancy Zisk appointed Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development - Charleston School of Law

In her new role as Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development, Nancy Zisk will lead the Law School in furthering scholarship and teaching.
https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/05/28/professor-nancy-zisk-appointed-associate-dean-for-faculty-research-and-development/

Professor Nancy Zisk appointed Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development - Charleston School of Law In the newly created position of Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development, Nancy Zisk will lead the Charleston School of Law faculty in furthering expertise in scholarship and teaching. In this role, Dean Zisk will continue to build a scholarly culture at the Law School while working to i...

CSOL graduate Michelle Mapp awarded prestigious Equal Justice Works fellowship 05/17/2021

CSOL graduate Michelle Mapp awarded prestigious Equal Justice Works fellowship

Congratulations to '21 graduate Michelle Mapp on receiving an Equal Justice Works fellowship to address tenant rights in South Carolina.

“Michelle's entire life, both personal and professional, has been dedicated to acting for the good of others. She is compassionate to those in need and passionate about ensuring that everyone is treated with dignity, respect, and fairness. She is resilient, resourceful, and resolute. She is a woman of great integrity, of high character, and of action. And now with her legal training in hand, I have no doubt but that she will be an irrepressible agent for positive change in our community and in the lives of those she will serve.” —former Charleston School of Law Dean Andy Abrams

https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/05/17/michelle-mapp-awarded-prestigious-2021-equal-justice-works-fellowship/

CSOL graduate Michelle Mapp awarded prestigious Equal Justice Works fellowship Michelle Mapp, a graduate from the Charleston School of Law class of 2021, was selected as one of 77 public interest lawyers from more than 466 applications to be a fellow with Equal Justice Works, a D.C.-based nonprofit that seeks to promote a lifelong commitment to public service and equal justice...

05/14/2021

Virtual Commencement May 15 2021 - Charleston School of Law

Congratulations to the class of 2021! We will be holding a special in-person socially distanced commencement ceremony tomorrow afternoon at The Citadel where students from the classes of 2020 and 2021 will receive their diplomas. Due to capacity limits, the ceremony will be livestreamed beginning at 1:50 p.m. on Saturday, May 15.

Watch here:
https://charlestonlaw.edu/virtual-commencement/

Virtual Commencement May 15 2021 - Charleston School of Law Today’s ceremony is a historic one, as we celebrate not one but two graduating classes. Both groups have spent years immersed in an array of legal topics, while also gaining the knowledge, skills, and values they will put to good use in the legal profession. More than that, they have also persever...

CSOL students log more than 1,300 pro bono hours with Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. - Charleston School of Law 04/26/2021

CSOL students log more than 1,300 pro bono hours with Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. - Charleston School of Law

Pro bono populi. Our students take our school's motto to heart. This year, they collectively logged more than 1,300 hours with Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S., helping victims and survivors of sexual assault.

CSOL students log more than 1,300 pro bono hours with Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. - Charleston School of Law One pro bono opportunity that didn’t go away during the pandemic was with Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. (TCS), a Charleston nonprofit that supports victims and survivors of sexual assault. Over the last year, 31 students have logged more than 1,300 hours staffing the organization’s 24-hour crisis hotl...

04/20/2021

Interested in learning more about Charleston School of Law? This Thursday, current students will be available to answer all your questions about our campus, community, and program.

Join us by registering here: www.charlestonlaw.edu/visit

Interested in learning more about Charleston School of Law? This Thursday, current students will be available to answer all your questions about our campus, community, and program.

Join us by registering here: www.charlestonlaw.edu/visit

CSOL community mourns the passing of 3L student Dylan Autera 04/07/2021

CSOL community mourns the passing of 3L student Dylan Autera

Our law school community lost an exceptional person last week. We are saddened to share this news and send our heartfelt condolences to his friends and family.

https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/04/07/csol-community-mourns-the-passing-of-3l-student-dylan-autera/

CSOL community mourns the passing of 3L student Dylan Autera Dylan was from Peachtree City, Georgia, and graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Business Administration. At Charleston School of Law, he was a Legal Research, Analysis and Writing Fellow and gave his time to the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. He was a vibrant member of our la...

04/01/2021

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Dean Larry Cunningham was recently cited by Judge Rowan D. Wilson of the New York Court of Appeals, New York’s highest court.

His article, Appellate Review of Unpreserved Questions in Criminal Cases: An Attempt to Define the “Interest of Justice”, 11 J. App. Prac. & Process 285 (2010), explored when appellate courts should and should not address claims that were not preserved—objected to—at the trial level.

The article was cited in Judge Wilson’s dissent in People v. Epakchi, decided on April 1, 2021. The case concerned a lower court’s practice of dismissing without the possibility of retrial certain traffic offenses.

Dean Cunningham, who joined the Law School in 2020, writes in appellate practice, criminal procedure, and other areas. He is a former appellate litigator. At Charleston School of Law, he teaches Evidence and, most recently, developed a course in Prosecutorial Ethics and Strategy.

http://nycourts.gov/ctapps/Decisions/2021/Apr21/19opn21-Decision.pdf

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Timeline Photos 03/30/2021

Thinking about applying to Charleston School of Law? Attend a mock class with Professor Janssen via Zoom and get a feel for how we do things and find out why our professors are rated among the best in the country.
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Registration info: https://charlestonlaw.edu/visit

Thinking about applying to Charleston School of Law? Attend a mock class with Professor Janssen via Zoom and get a feel for how we do things and find out why our professors are rated among the best in the country.
#LawSchool
Registration info: https://charlestonlaw.edu/visit

03/26/2021

Cheering on the moot court team as they compete this week in the annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot court competition. This is the first time a Charleston School of Law team has competed in this moot court, which is normally held in Vienna.

(Note: This replaces earlier version of the post which had a photo of a different team.)

Cheering on the moot court team as they compete this week in the annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot court competition. This is the first time a Charleston School of Law team has competed in this moot court, which is normally held in Vienna.

(Note: This replaces earlier version of the post which had a photo of a different team.)

Spring Break classes rewarded students for staying safe on their week off - Charleston School of Law 03/23/2021

Spring Break classes rewarded students for staying safe on their week off - Charleston School of Law

116 students opted to take advantage of Marchmester classes, an incentive designed to keep everyone safe during spring break.

Spring Break classes rewarded students for staying safe on their week off - Charleston School of Law While many higher education institutions canceled spring break in order to keep students from potentially catching and spreading COVID-19, Charleston School of Law incentivized students to stay safe. The law school offered two one-hour courses designed to engage students, with the hope that they wou...

Diversity Week at Charleston School of Law examines Education, Unity, Change 03/22/2021

Diversity Week at Charleston School of Law examines Education, Unity, Change

Diversity Week kicks off on Tuesday with a discussion of Education Across the Board with Dean Larry Cunningham, CofC President Andrew Hsu, CCSD Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait, and Judge Kristi Harrington.

On Wednesday, US Judge Margaret B. Seymour discusses her career as the first federal Black female judge in SC and how courts create positive change.

On Thursday, attorney Arlinda Locklear, the first Native American to argue before the US Supreme Court, talks about identity and representation.

Diversity Week wraps up on Friday with a fun cooking demo from Latino/a Law Student Association President Stephany Garcia, who will be making tostadas de tinga.


https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/03/17/diversity-week-at-charleston-school-of-law-examines-education-unity-change/

Diversity Week at Charleston School of Law examines Education, Unity, Change Debra J. Gammons, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law and Director of the Office of Diversity Initiatives, announces an exciting lineup of speakers for Diversity Week at the Charleston School of Law, March 22-26. The theme for this year is Education, Unity, Change.

03/18/2021

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Due to the threat of severe weather 3/18/21, campus will close at 1 p.m. and afternoon classes will be conducted remotely. Please stay safe and weather aware.

See this alert for more information on what's expected this afternoon:
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Charleston School of Law provides student support to meet ABA's bar exam standard 03/17/2021

Charleston School of Law provides student support to meet ABA's bar exam standard

Sharing this excellent Post & Courier article about our efforts to support our students studying for the bar and the news that 80% of the graduates from the 2019 class have already passed.

https://www.postandcourier.com/news/local_state_news/charleston-school-of-law-provides-student-support-to-meet-abas-bar-exam-standard/article_0ee9b40c-7aa3-11eb-aff1-93eeb317ffc2.html

Charleston School of Law provides student support to meet ABA's bar exam standard Things are looking up at Charleston School of Law, which is now back in compliance with the American Bar Association’s bar exam accreditation standard.

Timeline Photos 03/10/2021

Join us this Thursday along with veteran law admissions professionals from schools across the country for a panel designed to provide you strategies and insight as you prepare to apply to law school. Topics to be covered include:

Understanding the application process
Writing a compelling personal statement
Requesting the right letters of recommendation
Using addenda with the application
Drafting a law school resume
Navigating and understanding financial aid and scholarships

https://charlestonlaw.edu/prospective-students/schedule-your-personal-visit/

Join us this Thursday along with veteran law admissions professionals from schools across the country for a panel designed to provide you strategies and insight as you prepare to apply to law school. Topics to be covered include:

Understanding the application process
Writing a compelling personal statement
Requesting the right letters of recommendation
Using addenda with the application
Drafting a law school resume
Navigating and understanding financial aid and scholarships

https://charlestonlaw.edu/prospective-students/schedule-your-personal-visit/

Charleston School of Law back in compliance with ABA Accreditation Standard on the bar exam 02/26/2021

Charleston School of Law back in compliance with ABA Accreditation Standard on the bar exam

Great news! Graduates of the Charleston School of Law Class of 2019 have already achieved a pass rate of 80 percent, with a full year to go before final numbers are reported for that cohort.

Charleston School of Law back in compliance with ABA Accreditation Standard on the bar exam The Council on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar of the American Bar Association (ABA), the accreditor of law schools in the United States, found that Charleston School of Law was back into compliance with a critical accreditation standard related to the bar exam.

Barr Law, LLC - Father and son duo 02/26/2021

Barr Law, LLC - Father and son duo

CSOL graduate Virgil Barr ('19) returned to his hometown after graduation and joined his father's law firm, Barr Law LLC, the first Black law firm in Williamsburg County.

https://www.postandcourier.com/kingstree/news/barr-law-llc---father-and-son-duo/article_e379b6b0-76d2-11eb-87b1-8fee2f54b059.html

Barr Law, LLC - Father and son duo Attorney William Barr has a new attorney at Barr Law LLC in the person of his son, William Joseph Virgil Barr. This is the first African-American father-son Law Firm in

Two alumni elected to board of Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute 02/24/2021

Two alumni elected to board of Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute

Congratulations to Colleen Jacoby ('19) and AJ Bilbrey ('18) for being elected Port Directors of SC for the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute.

SEALI links members from 11 states in addition to associate members who are engaged in maritime-related activities. On a local level, SEALI hosts happy hours and networking events for both lawyers and students.

https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/02/24/charleston-of-law-alumni-appointed-to-board-of-southeastern-admiralty-law-institute/

Two alumni elected to board of Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute Charleston School of Law graduates Colleen E. Jacoby (‘19 ) and Albert “AJ” Bilbrey, Jr. (’18) were elected to the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute (SEALI) board of directors for 2021. They will represent the Charleston area.

Timeline Photos 02/23/2021

Sending good vibes to everyone out there taking the bar exam today and tomorrow. You've got this!

Sending good vibes to everyone out there taking the bar exam today and tomorrow. You've got this!

02/23/2021

Applying to law school? Join us for How to Solve the Law School Admission Puzzle this Thursday, Feb. 25 at noon.

Charleston School of Law admission representatives will explain the application process and what the admission committee is looking for in an application.

Via Zoom. Get registration link here: www.charlestonlaw.edu/visit

Applying to law school? Join us for How to Solve the Law School Admission Puzzle this Thursday, Feb. 25 at noon.

Charleston School of Law admission representatives will explain the application process and what the admission committee is looking for in an application.

Via Zoom. Get registration link here: www.charlestonlaw.edu/visit

Resolved Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution Annual Symposium 02/19/2021

Resolved Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution Annual Symposium

Join us next Friday Feb. 26 for Resolved: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution Annual Symposium:

"The Legal Aftermath of COVID-19: A Discussion on the Effect of a Global Pandemic on Alternative Dispute Resolution"

5.66 CLE Hours.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/resolved-journal-of-alternative-dispute-resolution-annual-symposium-tickets-128658963423

Resolved Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution Annual Symposium The Legal Implications of COVID-19: A Discussion on the Effect a Global Pandemic has had on Alternative Dispute Resolution.

02/16/2021

Take advantage of our free testing clinic today until 2 pm.

Take advantage of our free testing clinic today until 2 pm.

Pass the Bar Initiative puts institutional focus on bar exam takers - Charleston School of Law 02/12/2021

Pass the Bar Initiative puts institutional focus on bar exam takers - Charleston School of Law

The February bar exam is coming up fast and our school is focused intently on helping test takers ready themselves for the biggest exam of their lives. At this point, they've most likely spent hundreds of hours preparing and will continue that preparation right up until the day they sit down in the exam room.

The Pass the Bar Initiative at Charleston School of Law takes a holistic approach to providing resources for bar exam takers, from intense bootcamps to brain breaks and even snacks. It shows our commitment to helping our students succeed in becoming practicing lawyers.

Good luck to everyone out there preparing for the exam. We're behind you all the way.

https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/02/12/pass-the-bar-initiative-puts-institutional-focus-on-bar-exam-takers/

Pass the Bar Initiative puts institutional focus on bar exam takers - Charleston School of Law At Charleston School of Law, helping graduates pass the bar exam is a top priority. The Pass the Bar Initiative supplies holistic tools and resources students and graduates need as they prepare to take the bar.

Turning the Tide of Segregation: The Legacy of the Law School at South Carolina State College 02/11/2021

Turning the Tide of Segregation: The Legacy of the Law School at South Carolina State College

Many firsts in South Carolina's legal history were the result of South Carolina State College's law school, founded in 1947 after WWII vet John Wrighten was denied admission to the University of South Carolina School of Law in Columbia. Even though the University of South Carolina School of Law accepted 19 Black male students between 1873 and 1877 with 11 of them graduating, the governing body of South Carolina changed the Law School’s policy. The Court delivered its ruling in Wrighten’s lawsuit giving the University of South Carolina School of Law options, and the State Legislators chose the "separate and-supposed-to be equal” option. South Carolina State College Law School operated until 1966 and graduated 51 students.

Professors included graduates from Harvard Law, Case Western, and other prestigious schools. Cassandra Maxwell, an Orangeburg native and graduate of Howard University, also taught at South Carolina State College Law School and was the first Black female lawyer admitted to the SC Bar in 1941. This was a rare and courageous feat for Ms. Maxwell because females were still regarded as second-class citizens.

Notable SC State law school graduates included Ernest A. Finney, Jr., the first Black South Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice, and Matthew J. Perry, Jr., chief counsel to the state NAACP who worked on the cases that desegregated Clemson and the University of South Carolina in 1963. Judge Perry also became the state's first Black federal judge when he was appointed to the U.S. District Court in 1979.

South Carolina State College Law School closed three years after the University of South Carolina integrated. In 1967, the University of South Carolina School of Law graduated its first Black student since 1877.



https://www.jbhe.com/2017/09/turning-the-tide-of-segregation-the-legacy-of-the-law-school-at-south-carolina-state-college/

Turning the Tide of Segregation: The Legacy of the Law School at South Carolina State College During the Jim Crow era, southern states established segregated graduate and professional schools so that they would not have to admit Blacks to predominantly White educational institutions.

Why Choose Charleston Law

Set amid the beauty of one of the South's most historic cities, the Charleston School of Law teaches the practice of law as a profession whose chief aim is public service, providing relief for those who suffer because they are helpless, outnumbered or victims of prejudice. It achieves this in an environment of excellence and diversity, the hallmarks of which include a committed, caring and highly qualified faculty, a law library that provides the best in available resources and technology, and a student support system that promotes academic assistance, leadership development and personal support. Charleston School of Law graduates leave our campus as practice-ready professionals, prepared to begin making an impact to improve their communities.

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