Charleston School of Law

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

The Office of Academic Affairs oversees and administers the law school’s academic program and policies, including advising students on academic requirements as they progress toward graduation, academic scheduling, hiring and evaluating adjunct professors, orienting new faculty and adjuncts, and evaluating faculty performance.

Questions regarding the Charleston School of Law academic program or any academic policy should be addressed to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Margaret M. Lawton. The office is located in Suite 321, 385 Meeting Street.

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining the integrity and security of student records, as well as administering the online student information system. This office is also located at 385 Meeting Street, third floor.  For questions regarding student records and the online student information system, please contact Emma K. Baker, Registrar.

The Assistant Dean for Academic and Bar Success has responsibility for developing, coordinating, and implementing academic and bar success programs.  The Assistant Dean, Dyann Margolis, and the co-directors of Academic Success, Katie McElveen and Brittany Point, also provide academic counseling and support to students.  The Legal Research, Analysis and Writing Department instructs students in the full-year legal writing curriculum. For questions , please contact Professor Jennifer North.

Calendar and Handbook

The Charleston School of Law Catalog and Student Handbook is the official document of record concerning academic policies and regulations.

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining the integrity and security of student records and administering the online student information.

Academic and Bar Success

Academic and Bar Success is responsible for developing, coordinating, and implementing academic and bar success programs at Charleston School of Law.

The Charleston School of Law respects the privacy rights of its students as defined under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).