Sharon Bramlett is Special Counsel at McNair Law Firm, P.A. She graduated magna cum laude from Furman University in 1980 and earned her J.D. from the University of South Carolina in 1985. She was admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2004. Sharon’s practice primarily involves the representation of financial institutions and other financial services companies, both in commercial and consumer matters. In connection with her consumer financial services practice, she serves as the South Carolina editor for Houselaw and Carlaw, national publications dealing with the consumer finance industry. Sharon also serves as the Chairman of the Council of Advisors on Consumer Credit, a council of sixteen individuals selected by the Governor to advise the Administrator of the Department of Consumer Affairs on matters relevant to consumer credit.
In connection with Sharon’s commercial practice, she assists clients with all types of real estate and personal property sale and financing transactions and has an extensive opinion practice. She currently serves as a member of the Legal Opinion Ad-Hoc Committee of the Corporate, Banking and Securities Law Section of the South Carolina Bar drafting the State Report on Opinion Practice in South Carolina. Sharon also practices in the areas of corporate and contract law and represents corporate trustees in public finance transactions.
Sharon is the Vice Chairman of the Corporate, Banking and Securities Section of the SC Bar, a member of the Task Force on the Unauthorized Practice of Law in Commercial Transactions and the Judicial Qualifications Committee for the South Carolina Bar. She is a also a member of the Consumer Financial Services Committee of the American Bar Association and a Charter Member of the South Carolina Women Lawyers Association. She serves her community as the President of the Palmetto Center for Women.
What legal services does this lawyer offer?
Banking and Finance Law (Banking & Finance)
Banking and Finance Law (Business)
Commercial Finance Law
Financial Services Regulation Law (Banking & Finance)
Financial Services Regulation Law (Regulatory & Government)