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Candy Kern-Fuller,Esq.
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Candy Kern-Fuller has resided in Anderson, South Carolina since she was seven years old. In 1993, she earned her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of South Carolina at Spartanburg. She then worked as a litigation paralegal from 1993 until she began law school in 1999.

In 2002, she graduated cum laude from the University of South Carolina’s School of Law. While in law school, she was a member of the South Carolina Law Review, member of the Moot Court Bar, on the Order of the Barristers, Captain of one of USC Law’s two ABA Moot Court Competition Teams, the winner of the 2002 J. Woodrow Lewis competition, Member of the Order of the Wig and Robe, and member of the prestigious Order of the Coif.  During her last two years of law school, she was a research assistant to Professor David G. Owen, Carolina Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina School of Law.  During her time as one of his research assistants, she helped edit his hornbook on Products Liability Law, published by Thomson West in 2005, and is credited with such in his acknowledgements.

After her graduation, she clerked for the Honorable G. Ross Anderson, Jr., United States District Court Judge, from 2002-2003.  Judge Anderson has been a Federal Judge for over thirty (30) years and before taking the bench was one of South Carolina's preeminent trial lawyers.  While working for Judge Anderson, she helped edit a chapter the Judge wrote on Punitive Damages in South Carolina Damages, 1st Edition published by the South Carolina Bar in 2004. 

Working for the Federal Court also prepared Ms. Kern-Fuller for her first job as an attorney where she had an intense litigation practice that focused primarily on employee’s rights and benefits.  Thereafter, she opened her own general practice law firm in 2005. 

She now models her practice after the “hometown” law practices of years gone by. The benefit of such a practice is the ability to serve all your legal needs. Whether it be an adoption, employment issue, real estate closing, or a lawsuit, she believes you should be able to come to an attorney who knows you and who you can trust.

Many attorneys vigorously try to get their clients to settle out of court.  While courtrooms hold their share of uncertainties and settlement is often the best solution for some families and situations, Ms. Kern-Fuller has no fear of the courtroom. She has argued cases in the South Carolina Court of Appeals and South Carolina Supreme Court as well as the United States District Courts of South Carolina and the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

Ms. Kern-Fuller is active in her community and the Bar. She was a volunteer Guardian ad Litem for ten years through the Greenville County Guardian ad Litem program and she currently serves as the Labor and Employment Section Chair for the South Carolina Association for Justice.

In her spare time, she enjoys politics, reading, kayaking and spending time with her family.


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