Shirley M. Fawley
Shirley was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 1996 and to the District of Columbia Bar in 1998, and to practice before the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in 2000. While in law school, Shirley served as Managing Editor of the University of Dayton Law Review, and was selected as Outstanding Female Graduate and as a member of the Dominick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court team. She has practiced with the firm since her graduation from law school. Shirley is a member of the NSBA Council of School Attorneys and the South Carolina Council of School Attorneys. She has served as an associate professor for the University of South Carolina teaching courses on school personnel, the principalship, and the superintendency.
Shirley practices in all areas of school law, with an emphasis on
personnel, board-superintendent issues, student matters including
student discipline, policy development, and procurement. She also
concentrates on appellate work, both in state and federal courts.
South Carolina, 1996
Bob Jones University, B.S., Home Economics, 1973
Professional Associations and Memberships:
American Bar Association
Shirley is a graduate of Richland County School District Two Schools. Prior to attending law school, she served as an assistant superintendent and principal in several public school districts in South Carolina, an administrator at the State Department of Education, and a part-time professor at the University of South Carolina. Shirley has three sisters one of whom currently teaches in the public schools of South Carolina and two have retired from the same.
Born: Tokyo, Japan, September 16
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