1. Charleston School of Law
The Charleston School of Law (CSOL) offers students the unique opportunity to study the practice of law. The law school was founded in 2003. It is a freestanding school. The school received provisional approval from the ABA in December 2006. The graduates are qualified to seek admission to the bar in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
2. University of South Carolina School of Law
The University of South Carolina School of Law was established in 1867. The law school is located two blocks from the state capitol building. The law school provides unsurpassed preparation for leadership by graduating many future members of the state’s judiciary, legislature, and executive agencies. The law school is accredited by the ABA. It has been a member of the AALS since 1924.