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About Constance A. Anastopoulo

Associate Professor of Law
Constance A. Anastopoulo joined the Charleston School of Law in 2007 as a Visiting Professor of Law, teaching Evidence, Insurance, and Torts. In 2009, she became an assistant professor of law. She also serves as the Faculty Director and Coordinator of the My Sister's House/Domestic Violence Pro Bono Project.
Anastopoulo's professional experience includes a partnership at the law firm Anastopoulo & Clore, where her litigation experience included Civil, Class Action, Worker's Compensation, Probate Law, Appeals and Domestic Law. She was lead counsel on the seminal case, Gaskins v. Southern Farm Bureau, which was chosen one of the most important decisions by S.C. Lawyer's Weekly for 2003. Anastopoulo also served as Plaintiffs' Class Counsel for the Class Action Lawsuit- In Re: Oxycontin. She is admitted to practice before the United States Federal Court of Claims.
Prior to practicing law, Anastopoulo worked as an Investment Broker for Prudential-Bache Securities, Inc., a major Wall Street firm.

Positions

Present Associate Professor of Law, Charleston School of Law
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Disciplines

Law


Courses

  • Evidence Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Torts

Contact Information

The Charleston School of Law
81 Mary Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29403

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