Congratulations to Charleston School of Law alum, Liam Duffy! He was recently recognized as one of the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division’s leaders by the President of the South Carolina Bar Association. His firm, Rosen Hagood’s, press release is below:
Each year the President of the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division (YLD) recognizes members who have exemplified leadership and outstanding service that has been instrumental to the YLD’s success. Of the 4,200 members, only 20 Young Lawyers received the President’s Award this year. Liam Duffy, an associate with Rosen Hagood, was one of those recipients.
Liam was recognized for his leadership as both the YLD representative for the 9th Judicial Circuit (Charleston and Berkeley counties), and as Co-Chair of the Courthouse Keys Committee. In those roles, Liam helped devise and implement a number of valuable initiatives and events dedicated to serving the public and members of the legal profession.
This work included the creation of a new “Judicial Spotlight” column for the YLD’s flagship publication, organization of Cocky’s Reading Express youth literacy program, and collaboration on various fundraising, community outreach and professional development efforts.
In addition to his involvement with the South Carolina Bar, Liam is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA) where he serves as the Chair of the YLD’s Law Practice Committee. Liam’s practice at Rosen Hagood focuses on complex commercial litigation, trust and estate litigation, and business law.