Shalom advocates for victims of asbestos-related diseases by helping clients navigate requirements in complex bankruptcy claim audits.
Prior to joining Motley Rice, Shalom gained legal experience as an extern for the 11th Circuit Public Defender’s Office in Lexington, S.C., where she performed legal research and discovery for a variety of criminal proceedings. She served as an intern for U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel, for the District of South Carolina. Shalom also gained experience in matrimonial law as an intern with a law firm in Summerville, S.C.
While pursuing her legal studies, Shalom advocated for victims of domestic violence as a member of Voices Against Violence, an American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division program.
In addition to her work with Motley Rice, Shalom investigates claims of dishonest conduct as a member of the Lawyer’s Fund for Client Protection of the South Carolina Bar and helps obtain compensation for victims. She also serves as an advocate for neglected and abused children as a Guardian Ad Litem.
Recent Blog Posts
January 28, 2019
Looking ahead: Top five litigations to watch in 2019
by: Joseph F. Rice
September 25, 2018
Mesothelioma Awareness Day: It’s past time to save lives
by: John E. Herrick
August 13, 2018
Summer School: The prevalence of asbestos in schools
by: T. David Hoyle
September 27, 2018
Charleston, S.C., Mayor John Tecklenburg proclaims Mesothelioma Awareness Day
April 28, 2018
Workers’ Memorial Week: A time to reflect, while pushing forward with protections for the worker
March 7, 2018
Motley Rice Co-Founding Member Joe Rice Awarded SCAJ Top Honor
•American Bar Association
•South Carolina Bar Association, Lawyer's Fund for Client Protection
•Charleston County Bar Association
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