Your Impact

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Your Impact

What do you want your legacy to be?


[Hazel Bridges] Here at the University of South Carolina School of Law, I want my legacy to be known as an agent of change.

[Emily Suski] I want the students to have walked away having learned how law impacts people in a real way.

[Ronald Scott] I would want to embody the spirit of giving back, the spirit of volunteerism, the spirit of board service and mentoring youth who may eventually become future legal practitioners.

[Susan Palmer] I’ve worked in law schools for 31 years now. And if there is one student who I’ve worked with or counseled or taught in that time who says that they are a better lawyer or a better person, then I’m satisfied.

[Alexa Tattersall] The impact that my classmates have had on me is that they’ve shown me compassion inside and outside of the classroom. And it’s my hope that I return that and give them the same compassion and respect that they’ve shown me.

[Susan Kuo] I would like my legacy to be a long line of generations of graduates that I have watched mature from junior attorneys to experts in their fields.

[Clarissa Guerrero] I want it to be known that I will be a good attorney, but I’m also a better person because of South Carolina Law.

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