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SWB Welcomes Four Summer Law Clerks

Sweeny, Wingate & Barrow, P.A. is pleased to welcome Riley Bearden, Charlie Corrigan, Will Neinast and Jordan Goewey as law clerks for summer 2018.


SWB’s summer law clerk program provides law students with an opportunity to engage in real-world legal work, explore diverse practice areas and gain practical experience with the inner workings of a firm. Law clerks are given the chance to demonstrate their capabilities with respect to legal writing and legal research and are provided opportunities to attend deposition, hearings and trials.


Riley Bearden is a rising 3L pursuing her J.D. at the University of South Carolina School of Law. She is an active member of Women in Law and the Christian Legal Society. Riley is also on SC Law’s Pro Bono Board and serves as a Law School Ambassador. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Management (double-major) from the University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business.


Charlie Corrigan is a rising 3L J.D. candidate at the University of South Carolina School of Law. He is an active member of the Student Bar Association and the Legal Entrepreneurship Club. Charlie received a Bachelor of Arts in English from The Citadel where he served as president of English Club and treasurer of the Inn of Court Pre-Law Society.


Will Neinast is a rising 3L pursuing his J.D. at the University of South Carolina School of Law where he serves as a peer mentor and associate editor in chief for the South Carolina Law Review, Volume 70, 2018-2019. He is also a competing member of the Mock Trial Bar from which he was awarded Semifinalist and Most Professional at the William Daniel National Trial Competition and Semifinalist at the Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Competition. Will received a Bachelor of Arts in History and Politics & International Affairs (double-major) and a minor in Middle East & South Asia Studies from Wake Forest University.


Jordan Goewey is a rising 3L pursuing his J.D. and LL.M. in Taxation at the University of Alabama School of Law. He serves as senior editor for the Alabama Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review, president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and a board member of the Campbell Moot Court Competition. Jordan received a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance (double-major) as well as a minor in Economics from Wofford College.