Butler Snow attorney Bradish J. Waring has been reappointed to serve an additional three-year term on the South Carolina Supreme Court’s Chief Justice’s Commission on the Profession. Waring has served the commission since 2005.
The Chief Justice’s Commission on the Profession was formed in 2000 with a broad mission to promote the profession of law. The commission is charged with “ensur[ing] that the practice of law remains a high calling which serves clients and the public good,” and is comprised of well-respected practicing lawyers, representatives from the state’s law schools, an instructor of legal assistance, and judges from appellate courts and most of the state’s trial courts.
“Brad’s contribution to the commission is a true testament to his work ethic and commitment to the legal profession,” says Donald Clark, Jr., chairman of Butler Snow. “We congratulate him on this well-deserved honor.”
Waring is a member of Butler Snow’s litigation department and practices within the tort, transportation and specialized litigation group. As a seasoned trial lawyer with more than 40 years experience, he focuses his litigation practice primarily in the civil arena at the state and federal levels, and frequently represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters including product liability, asbestos litigation, insurance coverage, subrogation claims, business disputes and admiralty.
Waring is a member of the American Bar Association, the South Carolina Bar, the Charleston County Bar Association, the American Board of Trial Advocates, the South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys Association, the Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel and the Defense Research Institute. He received his bachelor’s degree and his Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina.