Chaquez McCall is a lifelong resident of Florence, SC. He’s a proud graduate of Wilson High School and Francis Marion University where he majored in political science. While at Francis Marion, he was awarded the Jesse A. Cole Political Science Scholarship and The Neal D. Thigpen Award in South Carolina Politics and Government. Moreover, he was inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society.
After graduating from Francis Marion University, Mr. McCall moved to Durham, NC and attended North Carolina Central University School of Law. While in Law School, served as a staff editor for the prestigious NCCU Law Review and worked extensively in the Civil Litigation Clinic, where he worked on small and complex litigation.
After graduating Law School, Mr. McCall returned back to his roots, Florence, SC and worked as a judicial law clerk under the tutelage of Circuit Court Judge, D. Craig Brown. During this time, he learned inner workings of the court systems.
In this role, he worked first-hand with attorneys, solicitors and judges in the area throughout the process. Upon completion of his clerkship, Mr. McCall decided to open McCall Law where he practices Personal Injury and Criminal Law.
EDUCATION & AFFILIATIONS BS in Political Science, Francis Marion University Juris Doctorate, North Carolina Central University School of Law (Cum Laude) South Carolina Bar Association South Carolina Young Lawyer’s Division South Carolina Association for Justice Florence Branch NAACP Young Professionals of Florence Executive Committeeman, Florence County Democratic Party