Vosburgh ('12) sworn in as new CCBA president
Charleston School of Law graduate Mary Vosburgh (’12) was sworn in as the new president of the Charleston County Bar Association on Thursday evening. Vosburgh is the first Charleston School of Law graduate to serve as president of CCBA.
She currently serves as a staff attorney for One80 Place in North Charleston.
As a student at Charleston Law, Vosburgh was involved in the Charleston County Bar Association Student Division, Executive Leadership Council, and Federal Courts Law Review. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a CALI Award recipient in Domestic Relations, Secured Transaction, and Legal Research & Writing.
Last night, Mary Vosburgh '12 became president of the Charleston Bar Association—the first alum to hold this position! Congratulations, Mary! Mary is a public interest lawyer with @One80Place, representing homeless veterans. She embodies @Charleston_Law's motto- pro bono populi pic.twitter.com/Tp7f29qmGZ— Larry Cunningham (@ProfLCunningham) February 18, 2022