Meet Our Attorney

Joseph C. Good, Jr., Of Counsel

Joseph Cole Good, Jr. received his B.A. degree from Wofford College in 1967 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1970. Mr. Good served his country as an officer in the United States Army, returning from active duty to serve his state as an Assistant Attorney General, prosecuting all types of cases from DUIs to felony charges. In 1973, Mr. Good joined SCANA Corporation as a corporate counsel and served in numerous legal and management positions. In 1987, Mr. Good became the General Counsel of the Medical University of South Carolina and was appointed an Associate Professor, teaching Employment and Health Law.

Since his retirement from MUSC in July 2012, Mr. Good has remained a consultant to the University for legal matters and has handled numerous mediations, arbitrations and regulatory matters. Mr. Good was formally recognized in June 2012 by the South Carolina Legislature for his service to the state.

Mr. Good is licensed to practice law in federal and South Carolina courts and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the American Bar Association, South Carolina Bar Association, Charleston County Bar Association, and he is a South Carolina Court Certified Mediator. Mr. Good has been active in numerous civic and professional organizations. Mr. Good is married to the former Virginia Craver of Charleston and is the father of Joseph C. Good, III and Katharine S. Good.

In his spare time, Mr. Good enjoys playing golf, tennis, boating and spending time with his grandson and family.





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