Charleston School of Law

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Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral

College Type: Proprietary

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: South Carolina

Description

GoalsThe overriding goal of the Charleston School of Law is:To teach students of high moral character and unquestioned personal integrity through a careful and refined study program; To teach the practice of law as a profession- having as its chief aim providing public service; To teach the law as a means of providing relief for those who suffer because they are helpless- weak- outnumbered- or because they are victims of prejudice; To teach the law as a means of alleviating human misery and human suffering; To teach the law as a means of making possible the continued processes of manufacture and commerce that bring realization to the twin goals of prosperity and peace in the world;To institute and coordinate legal outreach programs to the South Carolina and American Bars- local- state- and federal governments- as well as to the general population; and To encourage and foster legal reforms. Additional goalsThis entails additional goals of graduating students who will be successful in Bar passage- recruiting and retaining highly qualified and effective faculty- providing a Law library that meets the needs of our educational program- and developing and maintaining technological capabilities reflective of the educational and professional needs of the legal field.

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81 Mary St
Charleston South Carolina 29402

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