Rebecca J Wolfe

A native of Charleston, West Virginia, Ms. Wolfe attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned her degree with distinction in 2011 in Classics, with an emphasis in Classical Archaeology. Ms. Wolfe attended the Charleston School of Law, where she graduated in 2016 ranked third in her class, summa cum laude.

 

While at the Charleston School of Law, Ms. Wolfe served as a member of the Moot Court Board and distinguished herself as a writer, serving as an Articles Editor on the Charleston Law Review. Ms. Wolfe authored the article The Safest Port in the Storm: The Case for a Ban the Box Law in South Carolina, 9. Chas. L. Rev. 503 (2015), which addresses the pitfalls employers in South Carolina face when attempting to screen an applicant’s criminal history. Ms. Wolfe also served as a teaching fellow at the Charleston School of Law, assisting students in the Legal Research, Analysis and Writing Department, and served as a judicial intern for the Honorable C. Weston Houck, Senior U.S. District Judge for the District of South Carolina. During law school, Ms. Wolfe was the recipient of 9 CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for obtaining the highest grade in a course, including Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing I & II, Property I & II, Constitutional Law I & II, Commercial Law, Elder Law, and Pleadings & Practice.

Ms. Wolfe is admitted to practice in South Carolina and is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association (Employment and Labor Division), the Charleston Bar Association, and the American Bar Association (Section of Labor and Employment Law). 

 

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EDUCATION

JD – 2016- Charleston School of Law

Articles Editor, Charleston Law Review

Member, Moot Court Board

Presidential Honors Scholarship Recipient

BA – 2011- University of North Carolina

Classics

Graduated with Distinction 


BAR ADMISSIONS

2016- South Carolina, admitted to practice before all South Carolina state courts

Member of South Carolina Bar Association (Employment and Labor Division), the Charleston Bar Association, and the American Bar Association (Section of Labor and Employment Law).