Faculty Expertise

Areas of Faculty Expertise

The University of South Carolina School of Law has more than 50 full-time faculty members, including clinical and visiting professors, and approximately 25 adjunct professors who teach advanced courses and trial advocacy. Our law faculty is committed to excellence in teaching and research, and includes many who are nationally prominent in their respective areas of expertise. Among the faculty are authors of leading casebooks, treatises, and law review articles.

Frequently sought after by both national, state, and local media outlets, our faculty can provide your audience with straightforward answers that are clear, concise and easy to understand. Whatever your legal query may be, the University of South Carolina law school faculty will be able to assist you.

Below you will find a comprehensive listing of each full-time faculty member, as well as their areas of expertise. You may click an individual's name for more information about that particular faculty member and his/her selected achievements.

If you would like to interview a member of the faculty, or if you wish to have a member provide commentary on a case, please contact Peggy Binette (peggy@mailbox.sc.edu) at (803) 777-7704.

Administrative Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Appellate Practice

Business Crimes

Children's Issues

Coastal and Ocean Law

Comparative Law

Conflicts of Law

Consumer Bankruptcy

Consumer Law

Cyber Law

Disaster Law

Energy Law

Environmental Law

Federal Courts

Federal Indian Law

Food and Drug Law

Health Law

Immigration Law

Intellectual Property

International Arbitration

International Banking Law

International Environmental Law

International Human Rights

International Litigation

International Trade Law

Juvenile Justice

Labor and Employment Law

Land Use Planning

Media Law

Nonprofit Organizations

Police Practices

Real Property

Secured Transactions

Securities Regulation

Social Justice

Tax Exempt Law


Technology and Law

Wills, Trusts and Estates

Faculty in the News