Salah Hibri

Salah-4Salah was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant, SC.  He is a graduate of Wando High School (‘02), University of South Carolina (B.S., ‘06) and Charleston School of Law, (J.D., ‘10).

While in law school, Salah clerked for the Honorable Judge Bristow Marchant of the Federal District Court for the District of South Carolina.  Salah also served as a legal research assistant to Professor William M. Janssen, assisting in editing the Federal Civil Rules Handbook (West’s leading author-written publication).

Salah focuses his practice on business and contract disputes, construction litigation and bond claim defense, personal injury, insurance litigation, and criminal defense.

In addition to English, Salah speaks fluent Arabic and is proficient in French.

Bar Admissions:
South Carolina Bar (‘10)
United States District Court for the District of South Carolina (’13)
US Court of Federal Claims (‘13)

Education:
Wando High School (‘02)
University of South Carolina – Moore School of Business (B.S., ‘06)
Honors: Deans List
Charleston School of Law (J.D., ‘10)
Honors: Deans List

Professional Associations and Memberships:
South Carolina Bar Association
American Bar Association
Charleston County Bar Association
South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division