Attorney Tiffany Spann-Wilder

Owner

 

 

Car & Car v. Pedestrian/ Bicycle AccidentsTruck Accidents
Wrongful Death
Personal Injury (Daycare Negligence, Pharmacy Negligence)
Premise Liability
Workers’ Compensation to include:
(Traumatic Brain Injuries, Paraplegic & Complex Matters)

 

 

High School:
Academic Magnet High School (Burke High School Campus – 1st Graduating Class)

Colleges:
BA, Psychology, cum laude – Winthrop University Honors College
Juris Doctor, University of South Carolina School of Law

 

 

South Carolina Bar YLD Leadership Academy (2009)
Leadership South Carolina, Class of 2010 (Clemson University Leadership)
Liberty Fellowship, Class of 2013 (Wofford College/Aspen Global Leadership Network)
Furman University, Riley Institute Diversity Leaders Initiative (2016)

 

 

South Carolina Bar Association
Federal District Court, District of South Carolina
United States Supreme Court

 

 

Past President, South Carolina Young Lawyers Division (2008-2009)
South Carolina Bar Board of Governors (2009-2010)
Injured Workers Advocates
South Carolina Trial Lawyers
Charleston County Bar Association
South Carolina Women Lawyers Association
South Carolina Black Lawyers Association
Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Member

 

 

Former Commissioner, SC Governor’s Commission on Women (Mark Sanford appointee)
St. Matthew Baptist Church (North Charleston, SC)
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Charleston Alumnae Chapter)
Jack & Jill of America, Inc. (Charleston Chapter)
The  Charleston (SC) Chapter of The Links, Inc.
Ladies Enriching the Community, Inc. (LETC) (Board Member)

 

 

G.G. Dowling Student Award (USC School of Law Class of 2008)
Charleston Business Journal “Forty Under 40” (2003)
North Charleston Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Community Service Recipient (2005)
Mu Alpha Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Leaders in Law (2006)
Innovators Under 35 (2009)
University of South Carolina Alumni Association Silver Compleat Lawyer Award, Silver Medal (2010)
Lawyers Weekly Magazine Leadership in Law Recipient (2010)
Leadership South Carolina Dick & Tunky Riley Alumni of Year (2013)
Charleston Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – DELTA OF THE YEAR (2016)

 


Tiffany R. Spann-Wilder is the owner of Spann Wilder Law, LLC. Her legal career has been varied early on with a number of opportunities which have formed the foundation of her law practice with a community focus.  Ms. Spann-Wilder’s passion for people was evident even from her days in law school and was reflected at graduation when she received the G.G. Dowling Student Award presented by the law school’s faculty for being a student in the graduating class who possessed scholarship, integrity, commitment and concern for the general welfare of colleagues.

After completing law school, Ms. Spann-Wilder served as a law clerk to the late,  Honorable Matthew J. Perry, Jr., Senior United States District Court Judge for the District of South Carolina. She then worked as an Honors Staff Attorney in the United States Justice Department, Federal Bureau of Prisons Division. In this position she was trained as a Federal Law Enforcement Officer and graduated with Honors from The Federal Law Enforcement Center (FLETC).

In August 2000, Tiffany returned to the lowcountry and entered private practice, and in March 2006 opened the doors of Spann Wilder Law, L.LC. handling matters of personal injury, auto and trucking accidents, workers’ compensation and social security disability.

During this time Ms. Spann-Wilder also served our country as an Officer in the United States Army Reserves, Judge Advocate General’s Corp. (JAG) having been honorably discharged  in October 2006 at the rank of Captain. She has also served as an Associate Municipal Court Judge for the City of North Charleston from October 2001 until October 2005. She  has also carried out her judicial role on a local TV host of   “The Judge T Show”.

She is a native of North Charleston, SC and continues to reside in the community. She gives generously of her spare time to multiple civic organizations in the community – always with a focus on bettering the lives of children and families. She enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with her husband and two (2) children.