|Contact Info||Telephone: 803-252-1300|
|University ||Wake Forest University, B.A., 1982|
|Law School||University of South Carolina, J.D., 1988|
|Admitted||1988, South Carolina; 1989, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit and U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina|
|Memberships ||South Carolina Bar (Member and Chairperson, 2002, Employment and Labor Law Section).|
|Born||Rock Hill, South Carolina, November 12, 1959|
Certified Specialist in Employment and Labor Law (South Carolina Supreme Court). Listed: Best Lawyers in America, 2003-; Chambers USA, 2007-; South Carolina Super Lawyer, 2008-. Member, 1986-1987, and Executive Editor, 1987-1988, South Carolina Law Review. Member, Wagner Memorial Moot Court Competition Team, 1986-1987. Member, Order of Wig and Robe. Co-Editor and Contributing Author: "Labor and Employment Law for South Carolina Lawyers", S.C. Bar, 1st-4rd editions. Contributing Author: "Understanding Employment Discrimination", LexisNexis, 2008. Legal Writing Adjunct Professor, University of S.C. School of Law, 1998-1999. Member and Chairperson, 2005-2008, S.C. Supreme Court Employment and Labor Law Specialization Board. (Certified Specialist, Employment and Labor Law, The Supreme Court of South Carolina)
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