David Kershaw is a 2015 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law.
After receiving his Juris Doctor, David worked as the Law Clerk to Judge Amy McCulloch and Associate Judge Jacqueline Belton in the Richland County Probate Court. Thereafter, David was appointed as the Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Helen Elizabeth Burris in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina. After completing two clerkships, David joined Turner Padget where he practices within the Business Transactions and Business Litigation Teams.
As a law clerk in the Richland Count Probate Court, David aided in the administration of wills, trusts, estates, guardianships, and conservatorships. David also presented workshops to members of the South Carolina Bar and community organizations regarding probate matters. While working for the Probate Court, David helped to draft and promote legislation for amendments to the Probate Code for the protection of the assets of minors and the protection of the physically incapacitated, mentally incapacitated and chemically dependent citizens of South Carolina. While working with Judge Burris in the Bankruptcy Court, David presented annual presentations regarding recent case law, their impact on the administration of bankruptcy estates, and necessary procedural changes within the District of South Carolina.
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