fatima-alexis-zeidanFatima Alexis Zeidan is a native of Allendale, South Carolina, a small town located in the low country region of South Carolina.  Fatima practices in the area of civil litigation defending the interests of the everyday man and handles an array of cases ranging from minor motor vehicle collisions to catastrophic injury throughout Georgia and South Carolina. Fatima has tried several jury cases and has presented oral arguments in the South Carolina Court of Appeals.

A Columbia College alumna, Fatima graduated from the Charleston School of Law in 2010. While in law school, she achieved recognition on the Dean’s List and was a member of several student organizations. Her most memorable experience in law school was clerking for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Uganda during the summer of 2009.

Public service is Fatima’s specialty. During her time at the law school, she chaired the Angel Tree Project, externed at the Ninth Circuit Public Defender’s Office and assisted with several pro bono community events. Upon graduation, she received a pro-bono service award for having completed over 100 hours of pro-bono legal service within the community. More recently, Fatima was appointed by the South Carolina Bar to serve on a Task Force Committee and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Citizens Opposed to Domestic Violence (CODA) in Beaufort, South Carolina, a non-profit organization that provides professional services, including safe houses, to victims of intimate partner abuse and their children in Beaufort, Jasper, Hampton and Colleton counties. Fatima is also frequently sought out by local leaders to assist in planning fundraisers and charity benefit functions.

Fatima enjoys cheering for the Gamecocks and reading a good book  as well as spending time with her husband, Stephen and her daughter, Jaidyn.

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