Charleston School of Law

Charleston School of Law

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I just got accepted to the Charleston School of Law for this coming fall! I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for places to live? Thanks!

The Charleston School of Law is an ABA-accredited law school located in America's No. 1 city: Charleston, South Carolina. 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.

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10/08/2021

Just a friendly reminder: Charleston School of Law will not have classes on Monday, October 11 in recognition of Columbus Day, however, our offices will be open for regular business and the Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library will be open regular hours (7:30 am-12:00 am). #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

Just a friendly reminder: Charleston School of Law will not have classes on Monday, October 11 in recognition of Columbus Day, however, our offices will be open for regular business and the Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library will be open regular hours (7:30 am-12:00 am). #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

10/08/2021

Enjoy your long weekend. #CharlestonLaw

Enjoy your long weekend. #CharlestonLaw

10/08/2021

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It’s another competition weekend!! Sending all of our positive thoughts & well wishes to this team as they compete in the King of the Hill competition! ⚖️

Photos from Charleston School of Law's post 10/06/2021

Charleston School of Law hosted its annual Fall Career Fair today. BIG thanks to the community law firms, government agencies, military JAG programs, and non-profits who supported and participated in today's event. #LawSchool #CharlestonLaw #ProBonoPopuli

10/05/2021

Congrats to Charleston School of Law alumnus Courtney Wittstruck ('12) on being named Executive Director of the Nebraska Community College Association:

https://www.newschannelnebraska.com/story/44870499/nebraska-community-college-association-names-new-director

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

Congrats to Charleston School of Law alumnus Courtney Wittstruck ('12) on being named Executive Director of the Nebraska Community College Association:

https://www.newschannelnebraska.com/story/44870499/nebraska-community-college-association-names-new-director

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

10/05/2021

Representatives from over 20 private law firms, government agencies, military JAG programs, and non-profits will be on campus Wednesday to take part in the Charleston School of Law Fall 2021 Career Fair. The event will be held on the second floor of 385 Meeting Street from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Read more: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/05/fall-2021-career-fair/

Representatives from over 20 private law firms, government agencies, military JAG programs, and non-profits will be on campus Wednesday to take part in the Charleston School of Law Fall 2021 Career Fair. The event will be held on the second floor of 385 Meeting Street from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Read more: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/05/fall-2021-career-fair/

10/05/2021

Charleston School of Law will host our next virtual Q&A with students, alumni, and admission reps on Tuesday, Oct. 12 @ 4 p.m. Want to learn more? Register to join us here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_84WB73zhSgCTC3HjaWnWWQ #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool #ProBonoPopuli

10/05/2021

Pro Bono Week begins Monday, October 25 and Charleston School of Law will be celebrating the legal community throughout the month. Serving those in need is at the heart of our mission and we will pause to honor and recognize those who donate their time to provide legal services to those who cannot afford a lawyer. #ProBonoPopuli #CharlestonLaw #CharlestonSC #LawSchool #SCBar

Pro Bono Week begins Monday, October 25 and Charleston School of Law will be celebrating the legal community throughout the month. Serving those in need is at the heart of our mission and we will pause to honor and recognize those who donate their time to provide legal services to those who cannot afford a lawyer. #ProBonoPopuli #CharlestonLaw #CharlestonSC #LawSchool #SCBar

10/05/2021

The Charleston School of Law Professionalism Series continues on Tuesday with guest speaker and Charleston Law alumna Michael Abro ('10). This event will be held at 12 p.m. in the auditorium. The Charleston Law Professionalism Series provides students with insight into the field of law from judges and practicing attorneys. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool #lawyershelpinglawyers

The Charleston School of Law Professionalism Series continues on Tuesday with guest speaker and Charleston Law alumna Michael Abro ('10). This event will be held at 12 p.m. in the auditorium. The Charleston Law Professionalism Series provides students with insight into the field of law from judges and practicing attorneys. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool #lawyershelpinglawyers

10/04/2021

Charleston School of Law Media Center: Charleston Law students help South Carolina families in need: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/04/sc-stay-plus-community-service/ #CharlestonLaw #ProBonoPopuli #LawSchool

Charleston School of Law Media Center: Charleston Law students help South Carolina families in need: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/04/sc-stay-plus-community-service/ #CharlestonLaw #ProBonoPopuli #LawSchool

10/04/2021

Charleston Law Media Center: @SCBAR, @Charleston_Law and @Butler_Snow will host a Free Legal Answers Blitz on 10/20.

More details here: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/04/free-legal-answers-blitz/

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool #ProBonoPopuli #CelebrateProBono

Charleston Law Media Center: @SCBAR, @Charleston_Law and @Butler_Snow will host a Free Legal Answers Blitz on 10/20.

More details here: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/04/free-legal-answers-blitz/

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool #ProBonoPopuli #CelebrateProBono

10/04/2021

Good Morning @Charleston_Law family and friends! The first full week of October is upon us. We are six weeks into the semester already. 😲Time flies! Have a great day. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

Good Morning @Charleston_Law family and friends! The first full week of October is upon us. We are six weeks into the semester already. 😲Time flies! Have a great day. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

10/03/2021

Charleston School of Law: Litigating a Transaction

Litigating a Transaction is a summer elective course at Charleston School of Law. In a new article titled "Anecdotes from A Collaborative Classroom: Teaching the Intersection of Litigation and Transactional Law," Professor Jay Paskan and Jean Steadman shared why they set out to create a collaborative two-professor course.

"Our objective was to show the students how bouncing ideas off one another and relying on both professors’ and students’ expertise allows for better critical analysis of legal issues, problem solving, and a more realistic application of the theory that they are tasked with learning in law school ... we wanted to see if there was a way to create an engaging course to highlight the reality that these tracks are not always parallel and separate, but frequently intersect." -- Professor Jay Paskan

We sat down with both professors and their students to learn more about the class and the education experience.

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool #ProBonoPopuli

10/02/2021

@Charleston_Law students persevered through a global pandemic to create a new program and opportunities for future students at the law school: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/02/law-students-thrive-through-pandemic/ #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

@Charleston_Law students persevered through a global pandemic to create a new program and opportunities for future students at the law school: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/10/02/law-students-thrive-through-pandemic/ #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

10/02/2021

Charleston School of Law

"The law is there to alleviate human suffering to solve problems, to help people ... the point of being a lawyer is, it's not about you." - Charleston School of Law Professor Andy Abrams #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

10/01/2021

Recently, the Supreme Court found that a person has a Fourth Amendment right to privacy in historical cell phone records because of the comprehensive nature of the compilation they provide. In a new article to be published by the in the George Mason Law Review, titled "A Right to Privacy for Modern Discovery," Charleston School of Law professor (and author) Allyson Haynes Stuart writes, "The view that individual pieces of information which would not implicate privacy transform into a 'mosaic' when compiled into a broad picture of an individual’s life over a span of time, was
first expressed by the Supreme Court in 1989 in the context of a FOIA exemption." In this case, Stuart says the court found that, "despite the fact that individual items of a person’s 'rap sheet' are publicly available, their combined power when gathered together into a single, comprehensive dossier deserves privacy
protection."

This fall, Charleston School of Law faculty will publish articles and research legal cases as it relates to today's most compelling (and complicated) issues including race, privacy, diversity and other social and cultural subjects. Follow us on social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn) or visit our website for more stories at: charlestonlaw.edu.

Recently, the Supreme Court found that a person has a Fourth Amendment right to privacy in historical cell phone records because of the comprehensive nature of the compilation they provide. In a new article to be published by the in the George Mason Law Review, titled "A Right to Privacy for Modern Discovery," Charleston School of Law professor (and author) Allyson Haynes Stuart writes, "The view that individual pieces of information which would not implicate privacy transform into a 'mosaic' when compiled into a broad picture of an individual’s life over a span of time, was
first expressed by the Supreme Court in 1989 in the context of a FOIA exemption." In this case, Stuart says the court found that, "despite the fact that individual items of a person’s 'rap sheet' are publicly available, their combined power when gathered together into a single, comprehensive dossier deserves privacy
protection."

This fall, Charleston School of Law faculty will publish articles and research legal cases as it relates to today's most compelling (and complicated) issues including race, privacy, diversity and other social and cultural subjects. Follow us on social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn) or visit our website for more stories at: charlestonlaw.edu.

10/01/2021

@Charleston_Law alumnus are making a HUGE impact in our communities. Read recent success stories here:

https://charlestoncitypaper.com/michelle-mapp-believes-in-public-service/

... and here: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/08/29/one-80-place/

... and here: https://www.prweb.com/releases/attorney_annie_e_andrews_receives_emerging_leader_award/prweb18214926.htm

#ProBonoPopuli #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

@Charleston_Law alumnus are making a HUGE impact in our communities. Read recent success stories here:

https://charlestoncitypaper.com/michelle-mapp-believes-in-public-service/

... and here: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/08/29/one-80-place/

... and here: https://www.prweb.com/releases/attorney_annie_e_andrews_receives_emerging_leader_award/prweb18214926.htm

#ProBonoPopuli #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

Photos from Charleston School of Law's post 10/01/2021

Judge Aphrodite Konduros of the South Carolina Court of Appeals spoke to Professor Constance Anastapoulo’s class today @Charleston_Law.

Read more about Judge Konduros' work here:

https://www.sccourts.org/appeals/displayJudge.cfm?judgeID=1135

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

10/01/2021

We are grateful for our partnership with @One80Place! What an amazing org and leadership. Did you know ... @Charleston_Law and @One80Place has created the Homeless Justice Legal Clinic to assist homeless shelter clients?

https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/08/29/one-80-place/

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

We are grateful for our partnership with @One80Place! What an amazing org and leadership. Did you know ... @Charleston_Law and @One80Place has created the Homeless Justice Legal Clinic to assist homeless shelter clients?

https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021/08/29/one-80-place/

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

10/01/2021

The Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library is open tonight until 10:00 p.m. and this weekend (10am-10pm, Saturday and 12pm-12am, Sunday). More details here: https://charlestonlaw.edu/sol-blatt-jr-law-library/ #CharlestonLaw #CharlestonSC

The Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library is open tonight until 10:00 p.m. and this weekend (10am-10pm, Saturday and 12pm-12am, Sunday). More details here: https://charlestonlaw.edu/sol-blatt-jr-law-library/ #CharlestonLaw #CharlestonSC

10/01/2021

We are excited to introduce you to the 2021-22 Transactional Law Team @Charleston_Law! This new advocacy program is responsible for "laying the foundation for future students who are interested in transactional law." Meet our team: https://charlestonlaw.edu/2021-22-transactional-law-team/ #CharlestonLaw

09/30/2021

Congratulations to Charleston School of Law alumnus Annie E. Andrews on receiving the "Emerging Leader Award" from the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association® (SCWLA). You can read more about the honor here:

https://www.prweb.com/releases/attorney_annie_e_andrews_receives_emerging_leader_award/prweb18214926.htm

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

Congratulations to Charleston School of Law alumnus Annie E. Andrews on receiving the "Emerging Leader Award" from the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association® (SCWLA). You can read more about the honor here:

https://www.prweb.com/releases/attorney_annie_e_andrews_receives_emerging_leader_award/prweb18214926.htm

#CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

Photos from Charleston School of Law's post 09/30/2021

Charleston School of Law will be well represented this weekend in Stetson’s 14th Annual National Pretrial Competition. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

Photos from Charleston School of Law's post 09/29/2021

We LOVE it when our alumnus come back and pour into the next generation! Ben Pogue ('09) was back on campus speaking to Professor Steadman's Transactional Law Team Bootcamp about strategy and tactics on Tuesday evening. Thank you, Ben for your experience, wisdom and support. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

09/29/2021

The SBA Diversity and Inclusion Committee is partnering with the Black Law Student Association, Latino/a Law Student Association, Alliance for Equality, and Women in Law for a night to dine and network with local attorneys from diverse communities and diverse areas of law. All ticket proceeds will be gifted to help raise funds for the Racial and Ethnic Minority Scholarship for the school. Masks will be STRICTLY enforced indoors. Dress Code: Business casual

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/diversity-scholarship-fundraising-mixer-tickets-177351542237

The SBA Diversity and Inclusion Committee is partnering with the Black Law Student Association, Latino/a Law Student Association, Alliance for Equality, and Women in Law for a night to dine and network with local attorneys from diverse communities and diverse areas of law. All ticket proceeds will be gifted to help raise funds for the Racial and Ethnic Minority Scholarship for the school. Masks will be STRICTLY enforced indoors. Dress Code: Business casual

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/diversity-scholarship-fundraising-mixer-tickets-177351542237

Photos from Joe Cunningham's post 09/28/2021

Photos from Joe Cunningham's post

09/28/2021

Our next episode of the Charleston School of Law podcast drops this weekend. Charleston Law Dean Larry Cunningham will join us. You can subscribe on iTunes or Spotify or listen to the show streaming at https://charlestonlaw.edu/podcast-2/. #CharlestonLaw #ProBonoPopuli #LawSchool

Our next episode of the Charleston School of Law podcast drops this weekend. Charleston Law Dean Larry Cunningham will join us. You can subscribe on iTunes or Spotify or listen to the show streaming at https://charlestonlaw.edu/podcast-2/. #CharlestonLaw #ProBonoPopuli #LawSchool

09/27/2021

Connect with us on your favorite social media channel. We are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CharlestonLaw #CharlestonLaw #lawschool #probonopopuli

09/27/2021

Good Morning Charleston Law friends and family! Don’t blink, you’ll miss the weekend. 😜😆

Good Morning Charleston Law friends and family! Don’t blink, you’ll miss the weekend. 😜😆

Photos from Charleston School of Law's post 09/24/2021

Meet Willie Turral. He is a 2L at Charleston School of Law. He is passionate about the law. When we asked him why is pursuing a law degree, here is what he told us:

“In my life, I have been blessed to survive hardships and trials that many people from my ethnic background and economic class have not. I’ve witnessed boys forfeit dreams of stardom to incarceration promulgated by their skin color rather than their conduct. I’ve seen generational land sold for pennies on the dollar leading to the displacement of communities already suffering from biased taxation and zoning laws, I’ve witness big pharmaceutical companies destroy families with the aid of doctors and medical institutions supposedly designed to provide aid and “do no harm”. I’ve watched as those most vulnerable and in need of a champion look around until the unsettling truth that no one was coming ripped all sense of hope from their eyes. I know the awesome power of the court, and the life changing powers those who cross the Bar have to change and enrich lives. I’m passionate about Law because we all have duty act reasonable under the given circumstances. The circumstances demand a champion. I will be their Champion!” 🔥🔥🔥

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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