Sandy Senn is an AV rated attorney through Martindale Hubbell. Upon graduation from the University of South Carolina with a degree in Journalism in 1985, Senn again graduated the same university's school of law in 1990. Senn became a federal law clerk for The Honorable Henry M. Herlong, Jr., and then a state judicial law clerk for The Honorable David F. McInnis, Jr. Sandy's Martindale.com Rating

In 1992, Senn became an associate in the law firm of Stuckey & Kobrovsky from 1992 to 1995 where her practice focused in the area of civil governmental tort and defending police, fire and EMS employees. Suits against the police ranged from 1983 Civil Rights litigation to Tort Claims Act cases. From 1995-1997 Senn became a partner in Stuckey & Senn and continued to primarily practice police 1983 defense but also branched into defending governmental hospitals and doctors such as the Medical University of South Carolina and the South Carolina Department of Corrections.

From 1997 to present, Senn has been a senior partner in both Senn, McDonald & Leinbach, LLC and the current Senn Legal, LLC, where she continues to practice civil governmental defense only further branching into representation of elected officials. Her client base includes most governmental agencies in the Lowcountry area. Cases handled include numerous police shootings, high speed pursuits, jail suicides and rapes, prisoner suits, excessive force and false arrest claims, malicious prosecutions, medical malpractice claims, governmental auto tort defense, slander, Title IX defense and defense of OSHA workplace safety claims.

Senn has been General Counsel for the South Carolina Sheriff's Association representing all forty-six sheriffs of the State of South Carolina since May 7, 1999 to present. Senn has written or argued numerous appellate briefs in all levels of appellate courts, including en banc to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. A full appellate case list can be found here.

Robin Jackson graduated from Miami University in 1996 with a B.A. in Sociology. She obtained her Juris Doctorate from the Ohio Northern University, Claude Pettit College of Law, in 1999 and immediately relocated from Ohio to Charleston, South Carolina. In 2000, after becoming licensed in both South Carolina and Ohio, Ms. Jackson became an associate in the Bucher Firm where she focused in the area of defending police, fire and EMS employees in motor vehicle accident claims, as well as nursing home defense.

In 2003, Ms. Jackson joined the Stuckey Law Firm and began practicing primarily police 1983 defense, as well as defending the South Carolina Department of Corrections on inmate claims. In 2006 after a brief stint handling real estate, Ms. Jackson returned to the world of litigation to join Senn, McDonald and Leinbach, where she was an associate until 2012, when the firm became Senn Legal; she became a partner in 2013. She continues to defend local, county, regional and state governmental entities.

Her practice has broadened from law enforcement defense to also include representing the Medical University of South Carolina in medical malpractice and tort claims, as well as handling condemnation cases for the South Carolina Department of Transportation. Her primary clients are law enforcement agencies in the Lowcountry, including the City of Charleston, City of North Charleston, the County of Charleston, the County of Berkeley, the County of Dorchester and SLED.

Ms. Jackson has handled many cases in both state and federal court, as well as the South Carolina Court of Appeals and Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and is licensed to appear before the Supreme Court of the United States. The primary subject matter of her cases include police shootings, high speed pursuits, jail suicides and rapes, prisoner suits, excessive force and false arrest claims, malicious prosecutions, medical malpractice claims, governmental auto tort defense, slander and Title IX defense.

Chris Dorsel is an experienced trial lawyer who has tried approximately 40 jury trials in South Carolina state and federal courts. He graduated from the University of South Carolina Honors College, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and was one of six state finalists for the Rhodes Scholarship.

After graduating college, Chris took a year off and taught English in Japan, worked at a dude ranch in Colorado, and drove the Hershey Kissmobile. Following that eventful year, Chris entered law school at the University of South Carolina, graduating and getting licensed to practice law in 2004. From law school, Chris began working with Turner, Padget, Graham and Laney practicing on the litigation team for a number of years and trying cases. After gaining litigation experience, he moved to the Business Litigation team and began representing large insurance companies directly in bad faith cases and insurance disputes.

In 2011, Chris began working with Senn Legal, LLC, where he defends local and state-wide governmental agencies and employees in civil matters ranging from automobile accidents to excessive force claims. He also represents plaintiffs in serious medical malpractice matters. Chris's main focus is representing his clients in an efficient and effective manner and keeping open lines of communication throughout the litigation process.

Kevin DeAntonio, admitted to practice in November 2013, is a Charleston native and graduate of Bishop England High School. He attended the University of South Carolina where he was a Capstone Scholar and interned for a United States Senator.

Kevin earned his juris doctor from the Charleston School of Law where he served as Research Editor on the Charleston Law Review. While in law school, Kevin received CALI awards for achieving the highest grade among his fellow students in the following courses: Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure, Real Estate Transactions, and Practical Business Transactions.

Kevin began working for Senn Legal, LLC in the fall of 2013. His work has included a myriad of responsibilities, including drafting pleadings and preparing cases for settlement and trial. The primary focus of his work has involved defending municipalities in Tort Claims Act and Section 1983 litigation and instituting condemnation actions on behalf of the South Carolina Department of Transportation. While working at Senn Legal, LLC, Kevin has also actively served on an editorial board, proofreading and editing a forthcoming publication of the South Carolina Bar authored by another local attorney regarding deposition procedure.

Senn Legal, LLC
3 Wesley Drive
Charleston, SC 29407
P.O. Box 12279
Charleston, SC 29422
Office: 843-556-4045
Fax: 843-556-4046
Email: info@sennlegal.com