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Sean M. Wilson


Sean Wilson was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina. After high school, he relocated to Charleston to attend the College of Charleston, where he majored in Political Science and minored in Business Administration, finishing up in May of 2008. After his time at CofC, he attended law school at Charleston School of Law, where he graduated in May of 2011. He is now the owner of the Law Offices of Sean M. Wilson, LLC. Sean is licensed to practice in both State and Federal Courts of South Carolina. An accomplished trial lawyer, Sean has handled numerous wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury matters resulting in significant jury verdicts and settlements for his clients. Sean naturally gravitated to this area of law early in his practice and finds it fulfilling seeking justice for his clients.

Sean is also an adjunct professor at Charleston School of Law, where he teaches a class called The Elements of Pretrial Litigation. He enjoys giving back to the school where he learned many valuable lessons by teaching students the civil litigation process.

Community involvement is important to Sean. He always stands by the principle “to whom much is given, much is required.” He serves on the board for COBRA Human Services, which spreads awareness on sickle cell anemia. In addition, he has been active in local and national politics as former chair of the Dorchester County Democratic Party. Furthermore, you will often witness Sean speaking or mentoring students or other attorneys.

Sean hopes to continue to strive for excellence, give back as much as possible, and encourage those around him to be greater all while remaining humble and keeping God first. As long as he is alive, he will continue to be vessel of hope for others.

Sean enjoys spending time with his family, church, traveling, grilling, fishing, and sports.

Bar Admissions, Professional Memberships, Awards, and Civic Organizations 


Member of the South Carolina Bar Association

Member of the Charleston County Bar Association

Member of the United States Federal Court Bar, District of South Carolina

Member of the South Carolina Association of Justice

Member of the National Association of Personal Injury Attorneys Top Ten Under 40 for South Carolina

Graduate of the James E. Clyburn Fellowship Inaugural Class

Past Chair of the Dorchester County Democratic Party, 2018 – 2020

Member of the Young Democrats of South Carolina

Member of Brookland Baptist Church

Board Member of New Economic Beginnings Foundation Inc

2019 Graduate of Leadership Dorchester

2020 Charleston Business Magazine Best and Brightest Under 35

2019 North Charleston Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Political Awareness and Involvement Award

Current Board Member: COBRA Human Services

Current Board Member: My Sister’s House

Current Board Member: Palmetto Project

Current Board Member: Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Adjunct Professor at the Charleston School of Law

Practice Areas

Auto Accidents

Trucking Accidents

Personal injury

Civil Litigation

Wrongful Death

Workers Compensation

Business Litigation

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

South Carolina

United States Federal Court, District of South Carolina


Charleston School of Law, Juris Doctorate, May 2011

College of Charleston Bachelor of Arts Political Science, May 2008

Litigation Percentage

100% of my practice is devoted to litigation.

Past Employment

Associate Attorney with the Bostic Law Group, P.A.

Law Clerk with the Law Office of Gedney M. Howe, III, P.A.

Law Clerk with the Law Office of David Aylor, LLC

Ackerman Fellow with Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services under David Aylor

Injuries need experienced and zealous representation. Contact Mr. Wilson today.