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A beautiful place to earn your law degree. An even better place to call home.
We learn in the #1 ranked city in America.
Our Professors Are Ranked #9 By The Princeton Review.
Be a part of the #4 ranked law school for Quality of Life.
Study the time-honored practice of law amid the beauty and grace of one of the South s most historic cities.
Charleston is home to a wide array of events such as the Charleston Wine + Food Festival, Spoleto Arts Festival, Family Circle Cup tennis tournament, and Cooper River Bridge Run.
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The Charleston School of Law offers full-time and part-time courses of study leading to the Juris Doctor degree.
Charleston Law headed to NYC in January for the National Moot Court Competition
The team of Lyndsey Luthringer (College of Charleston ’15), Nicole Soulsby (University of Arkansas ’15) and Jeff Domanico (Seton Hall University ’08) will be representing the region containing law schools from South Carolina, Georgia and Florida at the 68 th annual National Moot Court Competition on January 29 – February 1, 2018
Law school again among nation’s top on professors, quality of life
For the second-straight year, the Charleston School of Law has been ranked in the nation’s top 10 law schools in two categories important to students – having the best quality of life (#4) and having the best professors (#10), according to a new ranking by The Princeton Review .