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Faculty and Staff

Our faculty aren't just professors who care about teaching the next generation of lawyers. They're also frequently-cited subject matter experts and thought leaders who are up-to-date with current legal trends.

New Faculty 

USC School of Law would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest faculty members, who are helping us strengthen our programs for family and domestic, health, and tax law.


Lisa Martin

Professor Martin specializes in legal issues relating to gender-based violence, the rights of adolescents, and the regulation of the family. She will help to launch and teach the School of Law's Domestic Violence Clinic.


Jesse Cross

Professor Cross teaches courses on Legislation, Health Law, and Conflict of Laws. Professor Cross served as a Counsel in the Office of the Legislative Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, an office that works with the House of Representatives to draft legislation on a non-partisan, impartial, and confidential basis.


Clint Wallace

Professor Wallace teaches Income Tax and Corporate Tax. Previously, he has worked in private practice, as a tax law professor at NYU Law, as well as a speechwriter for numerous federal and state political campaigns.

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Megan Brown

Brown graduated from the M.L.I.S. program at the University of South Carolina. Previously, she was the Access Services Assistant at the Law Library.


Amanda Bullington

Bullington joins the Law Library faculty after graduating from the University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science with a Master’s degree in Library and Information Sciences. Previously she worked at the South Caroliniana Library.


Andrew Kretschmar

Kretschmar is a graduate of the M.L.I.S. program at the University of South Carolina. Before the Law Library, Kretschmar worked at the Thomas Cooper Library on the University of South Carolina’s Columbia campus.


Dan Brackmann

Brackmann is the Law Library's newest reference librarian. He also teaches the reference component of the Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing course.