Constance Anastopoulo is an associate professor of law at the Charleston School of Law, where she teaches courses on torts, evidence law, insurance law and professional responsibility. She is the adviser to the Charleston Law Review. Prof. Anastopoulo is a past Professor of the Year and was named the Black Law Students Assoc. Honoree for Commitment to Bringing About Meaningful Legal and Political Change. She was formerly a partner at Anastopoulo & Clore, LLC for 15 years, where she headed the firm's appellate division and worked with the litigation department. Prof. Anastopoulo was the lead counsel in Gaskins v. Southern Farm Bureau, which was chosen one of the most important decisions in South Carolina by S.C. Lawyer's Weekly. Prof. Anastopoulo speaks and publishes in the areas of insurance, torts and ethics regularly. She earned her B.A. degree from the University of Virginia and her J.D. degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law. Prof. Anastopoulo is admitted to practice in all courts in her division and the U.S. Federal Court of Claims, and is a member of the South Carolina and Charleston County bar associations. She consults for the South Carolina Bar Association on issues of insurance law and recently worked for the South Carolina Bar, the South Carolina Supreme Court and the South Carolina Board of Law Examiners on revisions to the SC Bar Exam.