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Rebecca Epstein

Principal Attorney

Rebecca Epstein is the owner and principal of Epstein Law.  Rebecca has extensive knowledge of the ins and outs of Business law, including contract drafting and negotiation, entity formation and governance, mergers and acquisition and business succession planning, while serving a variety of different individuals and businesses. Her clients range from start-ups to large corporations, in a variety of industries. 

A Charleston native, Rebecca returned to the Low Country to obtain her Juris Doctorate from the  Charleston School of Law after attending the University of South Carolina on a soccer scholarship. Upon graduating from law school, Rebecca was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 2010. 

Rebecca is a member of the South Carolina Bar, the American Bar Association, Business Networking International and the Charleston Executive Women's Collective. She has served as a board member on a variety of boards and committees, including: Charleston County Community Development Board, Charleston County Board of Zoning Appeals and YWCA Advisory Committee.

When Rebecca is not practicing law, she enjoys spending time with her family, playing soccer, volunteering with local groups, navigating the waterways of Charleston, working in her garden and spending times outdoors.

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Clare Goodwin

Associate Attorney

Clare Goodwin is an Associate at Epstein Law. She joined the firm in 2019 as a Law Clerk while attending Charleston School of Law, and realized her role at the firm complemented both her corporate background and her affinity for rule-following.  In addition to focusing on business and corporate law, Clare is enthusiastic about expanding the firm’s employment law offerings. She enjoys helping businesses in the low country with their legal challenges, both big and small, and doing pro bono work with Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services.

Clare’s reward for enduring 18 winters growing up in the northeast was four years at College of Charleston, where she majored in business administration with a concentration in marketing, minored in studio art for fear of not being an overachiever, and graduated with honors in 2009. She moved to New York City upon graduating and worked for ADP in both sales and marketing positions for over eight years. Clare returned to the Holy City for all the right reasons (delicious seafood, beach walks with Poppy the Pampered Pooch… and law school) and graduated magna cum laude from Charleston School of Law in 2020, passing the South Carolina Bar in the same year.

 

In her spare time, Clare enjoys running, playing tennis, listening to true crime podcasts, reading on the beach, visiting local breweries, and spending time with family and friends. 

Clare is a member of the South Carolina Bar.