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|Year of establishment||1929||Number of partners||55|
|Number of offices||6||Partner to associate ratio||1.80|
|Biggest office||Columbia||Percentage of women attorneys||11.60|
|Number of attorneys||90||Percentage of minority attorneys||5.60|
|Number of associates||30|
Turner Padget is a South Carolina law firm - not a national or regional law firm with a South Carolina office - and there is a difference. With deep local roots stretching back to 1929 and an understanding of the legal and business environment in the state, we are dedicated to serving the needs of businesses and individuals both inside and outside of South Carolina. With attorneys practicing in five locations throughout the state, Turner Padget’s attorneys have their fingers on the pulse of each region’s business climate, legal trends and local nuances. Our attorneys serve the myriad needs of South Carolina’s business community, both as general counsel and as local counsel. Our widely recognized litigation team is well-known for its skill set, including its attorneys’ extensive first-chair experience. Not only are they prepared to represent our clients effectively in the courtroom, but they also have the depth of experience necessary to counsel clients regarding alternate strategies, such as managing risk to avoid the courtroom altogether.
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