This news site hasn’t compiled any “hot lawyer” lists in awhile, mostly because our founding editor Will Folks has discovered he can’t go to parties without people who didn’t make the list giving him inordinate amounts of grief.
Which of course materially inhibits his ability to gather information (wait, did we just type that?) …
Um, pay no attention to the preceding sentence, people.
Anyway, South Carolina is home to some stunningly gorgeous people. But it’s also home to some stunningly not gorgeous people … many of whom are adept at practicing law (and who think they’re stunningly gorgeous).
It’s time to face facts, though: We can’t all look like Lauren Taylor (hello). Or Konstantine Diamaduros (yummy). Or for that matter Sara Turner … the aesthetically endearing Charleston, S.C. barrister who decided to hang out her own shingle earlier this month.
Turner spent the past six years practicing with McCoy and Stokes, the firm led by state representative (and possible future House judiciary chairman) Peter McCoy.
McCoy called Turner a “valuable asset to the to South Carolina bar,” one who “always conducts herself in a professional and integrity-filled manner.”[timed-content-server show=”2018-Jan-17 00:00:00″ hide=”2018-May-18 00:00:00″]
SPONSORED CONTENT – ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW
“I’m confident she will serve her clients well and continue to be an exceptional member of the bar,” McCoy said in a statement released by Turner’s new firm.
A graduate of the Charleston School of Law (CSOL), Turner is a veteran of magistrate, municipal, general sessions, family and federal court – making more than 400 appearances in criminal defense cases. She currently serves as vice president of the Charleston Lawyers Club.
Turner’s new firm will focus on criminal defense, family law and personal injury cases.
For inquiries, reach out to her publicist Deja Knight of the Pearl PR Firm.
Got corporate news of your own you’d like to share with us? Check out the links below …
WANNA SOUND OFF?
Got something you’d like to say in response to one of our stories? Please feel free to submit your own guest column or letter to the editor via-email HERE. Got a tip for us? CLICK HERE. Got a technical question or a glitch to report? CLICK HERE. Want to support what we’re doing? SUBSCRIBE HERE.