Beth’s legal practice focuses on the areas of business
litigation, probate litigation, administrative and government law, employment
law, and education law. Her ability to tackle complex issues and lead others
through legal obstacles makes her well-suited for both her practice and for
making a difference in our community. Beth spends time getting to know her clients
to fully understand their objectives in order to protect and advance their best
interests. For the past five years, she has held the highest possible rating
from Martindale-Hubbell® and has been selected to the South Carolina Rising
Stars List in business litigation by Super Lawyers.
In her business and commercial litigation practice, Beth
represents a wide range of businesses and industries, including hospitality
groups, real estate developers, non-profits, distributors, and professionals.
She advises and represents clients on issues they face in day-to-day
operations, such as employment matters, contract negotiations, and risk
management, among others. When disputes arise, Beth guides her clients to a
solution that best meets their needs, whether that is through litigation,
mediation, or arbitration.
In her probate, estate, and trust litigation practice, Beth
has represented a variety of clients, including estate representatives,
fiduciaries, heirs, beneficiaries, and others. She regularly helps her clients
resolve matters related to trust disputes, probate administration, will
contests, undue influence and coercion, issues of capacity, and breaches of
Outside of her practice, Beth takes pride in devoting a
great deal of time to professional and community organizations. Beth has been
actively involved with the American Bar Association (ABA) for the past seven
years. She currently chairs the Bullyproof Committee of the ABA’s Section of
Civil Rights and Social Justice. Beth was instrumental in the creation and
development of Bullyproof, an anti-bullying initiative that has been
implemented in schools throughout the nation since 2013. Locally, Beth serves
as a Board Member for Be A Mentor, a local non-profit empowering youth to reach
their full potential through mentorship.
Beth obtained her undergraduate degree from the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received her law degree from
the University of South Carolina School of Law.