Two Turner Padget Attorneys Complete South Carolina Bar Leadership Academy

Posted On Jun 21, 2018

Turner Padget announces that Allyce Bailey and Cheslyne Shea Brighthop have successfully completed the South Carolina Bar Leadership Academy program of study for 2018. The Academy is a highly selective program designed to equip members with networking opportunities, professionalism training, community awareness, and other skills necessary to give back to the profession and position themselves as leaders in the community.

Bailey is a member of Turner Padget’s Insurance team. She has a diverse caseload of litigated matters arising out of alleged tortious conduct in areas including but not limited to premises liability, construction defect, automobile/trucking accidents, and dignitary and business torts. Outside of the office, Bailey serves on the board of directors for the Richland County Court Appointed Advocates, Compass Community Development Corporation, and the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association.

Brighthop is a member of Turner Padget’s Insurance team. Brighthop focuses her practice on representing individuals with professional licenses who are facing disciplinary action and she also litigates insurance matters. She is extremely dedicated in her service to the South Carolina Bar and being a server of the community. Brighthop is the co-chair of the Diversity Committee and subcommittee co-chair of the Color of Justice Committee of the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division.

The South Carolina Bar Leadership Academy gives young lawyers opportunities to connect with judges and legislators, gaining insight into the political process and opportunities for community leadership. Participants also learn from seasoned lawyers on topics of professionalism and rainmaking, including how to have healthy relationships with clients, judges and colleagues.