Jessica Crowson

Jessica Crowson



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Office: 803-978-2837


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Jessica has deep experience in both litigation and transactional law. She focuses her practice on condemnation and eminent domain law, easement and right-of-way disputes, lease and contract negotiations, telecommunications law, and general litigation. She handles all aspects of business law for her clients, including initial negotiation, settlement, mediation, trial, and appeals through all South Carolina state and federal courts. Additionally, Jessica represents wireless communications carriers and related industries. Jessica possesses wide-ranging wireless communications’ industry insight and actively assists clients in the organized deployment of wireless infrastructure and technology across the United States on an expedited basis, as well as the legal support necessary for the continued evolution of that infrastructure and technology.

Jessica was recognized as a Woman of Influence by Columbia Business Monthly in May 2011. Jessica served as a law clerk of the Honorable Kaye G. Hearn, former Chief Judge of the South Carolina Court of Appeals. Her prior experienced also includes working at the Pennington Law Firm in Columbia, SC and as Assistant State Attorney, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Florida.

Practice Areas
  • Condemnation and Eminent Domain
  • Environmental and Natural Resources
  • Real Estate Acquisition, Development, and Sales
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Wireless and Telecommunications
  • “Utility Easements in South Carolina: What to Know When Buying Property that May Have Existing Utility Easements.South Carolina Lawyer, July 2015, p. 26.
  • “Standing in South Carolina: What is required and who has it?” South Carolina Lawyer, July 2009.
  • South Carolina
  • Florida
  • United States District Court, District of South Carolina
  • Vanderbilt University School of Law, Juris Doctor
  • College of Charleston, B,A, magna cum laude
Selected Decisions
  • ATC South v. Charleston County, 669 S.E.2d 337 (S.C. 2008)
  • Bevivino v. Town of Mt. Pleasant, 737 S.E.2d 863 (Ct. App. 2013)