Bartholomew ('17) sworn in as City Council rep
Charleston School of Law alum David Bartholomew was recently sworn in as a new member of Beaufort of the 65th County Council.
Bartholomew (’17) will represent District 2. He will sit on Finance, Administration, and Economic Development and Public Facility and Safety committees.
As a law student, Bartholomew won the William Bennett Regan Award for Outstanding Leadership and Commitment to Public Service. He was a member of the Psi Chi International Honor Society, President of the Charleston Law chapter of the SC Bar: Law Student Affiliate Division, and editor for the Maritime Law Bulletin (MALABU).
Bartholomew is an attorney with Schiller and Hamilton.
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