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Alumni Profile: John Dodds ('16)
"What makes Charleston School of Law stand apart, in addition to teaching you the law, is the faculty really help you learn those practical skills that I now use every day as a lawyer. " - John Dodds

Charleston School of Law: The Honorable Aphrodite Kondorus
The Honorable Aphrodite Kondorus spoke to the graduating class at Commencement. Congrats to the Class of 2022. Watch an encore online.

Charleston School of Law: Commencement 2022
Charleston School of Law Commencement Exercises on May 14, 2022 at McAlister Field House, The Citadel in Charleston SC

Faculty Snapshot: Professor Jean Steadman
Professor Jean Steadman joined the Charleston School of Law as a Visiting Professor in 2018. One year later, in 2019, she was promoted to an Assistant Professor. She teaches Contracts I and II, Sales, Business Associations, Drafting Preliminary Agree...

Charleston School of Law: President Bell
Welcome to the Charleston School of Law. In Charleston, we are known for our hospitality, sandy beaches, summer breezes, sweet team and grits, a tried-and-true Southern fare.

Charleston School of Law: What Law School Taught Me About Me
Charleston School of Law will help you grow personally and professionally. Our open door policy, experienced faculty and dedicated staff will teach you the law -- and more. Watch what our students and alumni are saying about their experience.

Charleston School of Law: Open Doors to Success
At the Charleston School of Law, faculty and students are building lifelong relationships. Our faculty "open door" policy encourages students to meet with our faculty, many who are still practicing attorneys, to discuss assignments, network and learn...

Charleston School of Law: Diversity
Diversity at Charleston School of Law is defined as the recognition of people of different backgrounds, socio-economic levels, ethnicities, skin colors, religions, nationalities, sexes, genders, sexual orientations, physical abilities, ages, and expe...

Charleston School of Law: Pro Bono Populi
Pro Bono Populi means "for the good of the people." At Charleston School of Law, "Pro Bono Populi" takes on a very personal meaning. In this short video, students, faculty, staff and alumni share what it means to them.

Charleston School of Law: This Is Your Class
Spring 2022 Orientation Week at Charleston School of Law wrapped up Friday afternoon. Dean of Admissions Jacqueline Bell delivered a message of encouragement to our new students. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool #OpenDoors

Charleston School of Law: Admiralty and Maritime Law
The Charleston School of Law offers a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in admiralty and maritime law. Visit www.charlestonlaw.edu for more information.

Charleston School of Law: Career Services
The Department of Career Services provides a wide range of career development resources for Charleston School of Law students. The mission of the department is to help students engage in a meaningful job search, stand out among other professionals an...

Alumni Profile: Sean Adegbola ('18)
Charleston School of Law prepares students for success in the legal profession. In our latest alumni profile, Sean Adegbola ('18) talks about his experience as a student and his work as an attorney now.

Spring 2022 Swearing In Oath
New students at Charleston School of Law are sworn in with the oath during orientation week.

Charleston School of Law: Litigating A Transaction
Litigating A Transaction is a summer elective offering. The course offers students a 360-degree hands-on experience of what it looks like from contract creation to litigation. Professor Jean Steadman (contracts) and Professor Jay Paskan (litigation) ...

Life In Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina has been selected "America's #1 City" nine consecutive years, according to a leading national travel publication. It is also the home of Charleston School of Law.

My Story: Belle Scott
Meet Belle Scott. Since the age of three, Belle dreamed of being a professional dancer. By 12, she was training with the Rockettes in NYC, but a hip injury short-circuited her dreams. After earning her undergraduate degree at Wofford, Belle toured Ch...

Charleston School of Law: Alumni Network
Charleston School of Law has alumni working in our community, our state, our region and across the country. Stay connected with classmates.

Charleston School of Law: "Pro Bono Populi"
The mission of Charleston School of Law is rooted in "Pro Bono Populi" -- for the good of the people. It's more than just a cute marketing tagline. It defines who we are and drives us to success.

Charleston School of Law: Faculty Profile
Charleston School of Law offers a student-centered approach to education. Our faculty are practitioners and teachers. We love the law -- and it shoes in and out of the classroom.

My Story: Aakash Patel
Charleston School of Law 1L student Aakash Patel shares his story. We asked Aakash, “Why law school?” His answer will amaze you. We hope you enjoy the first of our new student profile video series, MY STORY. #CharlestonLaw #LawSchool

The Sidebar
The Sidebar is a thought-provoking legal podcast from the Charleston School of Law.

Commencement: May 2020 (virtual)
The Charleston School of Law held its May 2020 commencement ceremony online.

Office of Diversity Initiatives: Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby
The Office of Diversity Initiatives will be highlighting important cases. Links Mentioned in the Video: www.scotusblog.com www.aclu.org www.lambdalegal.org www.lgbtbar.org

Social Media and the Law Symposium
The Social Media and the Law Symposium focused on the legal implications of social media on employment, privacy, wills and ethics law. Charleston School of Law professors Amanda Compton, Allyson Haynes Stuart and Nancy Zisk moderated panel discussio...

Professionalism Series - 3-22-2018
Derek Bush, Hervery Young and Frank Jackson

President Bell's Induction Ceremony
J. Edward "Ed" Bell III was inducted as president and managing partner of the Charleston School of Law on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015, in a ceremony at the offices of Garden & Gun magazine. Charleston School of Law Dean Andrew L. Abrams presided over the...

May Commencement 2015
May Commencement 2015: New York Times bestselling novelist Dorothea Benton Frank told new graduates of the Charleston School of Law to take risks and prove their naysayers wrong during their careers.

2014 December Commencement
December Commencement 2014: U.S. District Judge Richard M. Gergel of Charleston told 32 new graduates of the Charleston School of Law that having a license to practice law gives them an opportunity to serve others, advance justice and solve problems ...

Charleston School of Law Ice Bucket Challenge
On Wednesday, August 27 on the steps of the Sol Blatt Jr. Library, Professor Virginia Shuman, Dean John Benfield, Professor Paul Lund, Dean Brett Barker, Dean Lisa Smith-Butler and Dean Margaret Lawton accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from nomin...

Charleston Law Ice Bucket Challenge
Professor Vargas-Vargas, Professor Amanda Compton, Professor Debra Gammons and President and Dean Andy Abrams were nominated by student Edward Zayas for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

Charleston Law Department of Career Services
The Department of Career Services provides a wide range of career development resources for Charleston School of Law students. The mission of the department is to help students engage in a meaningful job search, stand out among other professionals an...

Social Media and the Law Symposium - Full Keynote Address by Ryan M. Garcia, Esq., Dell, Inc.
The slideshow used in Ryan Garcia's presentation can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/ryanmgarcia/seven-stories-of-social-media-legal-risk