No, Clemson University does not have a law school. But a lot of its grads becomes lawyers.
The school’s William T. Howell Pre-Law Society will make that point Thursday as it holds a symposium and awards banquet at Clemson’s Madren Center.
U.S. District Judge Joe Anderson, a Clemson grad, will receive the society’s lifetime achievement award.
Others to be honored include: Judge William T. Howell, retired chief judge of the S.C. Court of Appeals and the society’s namesake; and Michael Davis, the longest serving magistrate in S.C. history.
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USC Law School dean Robert Wilcox will speak on the challenges that Clemson grads face in law school and the legal profession.