Charleston School of Law to graduate 31 in winter ceremony

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 complete their studies this month. Speakers will include several members of the law school’s faculty.

“One of the incredible things about this school, and something of which I am honored to be part, is that each student, graduate, faculty and staff member shows dedication to the founding motto, pro bono populi, which means ‘for the good of people,’” President Ed Bell said. “The dedication of time and effort toward the betterment of others throughout the community is a worthwhile proposition and something that will serve well in their lives, both as attorneys and in general.”

DeanAndy Abrams, who will preside at the ceremony, added, “We are incredibly proud of the members of this graduating class, who, over the course of their law school careers, have shown incredibly resiliency and tenacity in pursuit of the knowledge and skills that will help ensure their success in the days ahead. As they leave us today, we are excited for them and, consistent with our motto of pro bono populi, we are excited for the communities and individuals they will now serve.”


WHAT:            Winter Commencement for Charleston School of Law

WHEN:           Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019, at 2 p.m.

WHERE:        College Center, main campus, Trident Technical College, Bldg. 920, 7000 Rivers Ave., North Charleston, S.C.

PARKING:      Available on the college’s main campus near College Center

MORE:           Contact RJ Quillinan at 843.377.2141


About the Charleston School of Law

The Charleston School of Law offers students the unique opportunity to study the time-honored practice of law amid the beauty and grace of one of the South’s most historic cities.  Students at the Charleston School of Law study law as a profession and find a faculty focused on using the law as a calling in the public interest.