Blakely

Cahoon

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Columbia, SC
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in SC
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Blakely Copeland Cahoon was admitted the SC Bar in May 2000. She has been an active member of the SC Bar since that time. I primnarily practice in the domestic and estate planning/probate areas of law.

Mrs. Cahoon is a current member of the Richland County Bar and the South Carolina Bar’s Estate Planning and Probate Section, Family Law Section, Sole and small firm Section, Elder Law Committee, Family Court Section, Law Related Education Committee and Speakers Bureau. Mrs. Cahoon also participates the SC Bar Pro Bono Program and is an attorney coach for the Ben Lippen School mock trial team.

Mrs. Cahoon graduated cum laude from Wofford College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting and Government in May 1996. While at Wofford she was active in the Pep Band, Women’s chorus, Kappa Alpha Theta and served as Student Body Secretary. Mrs. Cahoon received her Juris Doctor degree from the University of South Carolina Law School in May 1999. While in law school, Mrs. Cahoon was a member of the Moot Court bar and the Order of Wig and Robe. Mrs. Cahoon then attended the University Of Florida School Of Law and earned her LL.M Taxation in May 2000.

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