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Harold C Staley

Harold C. Staley, Jr.

Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice

212 East Black Street
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
Ph: 803-599-3080

Harold Staley has enjoyed a successful career as a proven litigator. Prior to joining Elrod Pope Law Firm in 2002, Harold worked at the law office for the now-Honorable Robert E. Watson in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. From there, he came upstate and served as Assistant Solicitor under former Solicitor/now Elrod Pope partner, Tommy Pope for the 16th Judicial Circuit. Harold now handles personal injury litigation for the firm.



J.D., Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 1999
M.S., Middle Tennessee State University, 1998
B.A., University of South Carolina, 1993

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

South Carolina, 1999
North Carolina, 2001
U.S. District Court, South Carolina, 2006

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

South Carolina Bar Association
Member: since 1999
Law Related Education Committee Member, 2006–present
Awarded Law Related Education Lawyer of the Year, 2002

York County Bar Association
Member: since 1999
President, 2005–06

North Carolina Bar Association
Member: since 2001

SC House of Delegates, 16th Judicial Circuit
Elected: 2002–2015

Pro Bono Activities & Community Involvement

Attorney Coach, Berkeley High School Mock Trial Team, 1999–2001
Attorney Coach, Fort Mill High School Mock Trial Team, 2002–09
Member, South Carolina Law Related Education Committee, 2006–present
Pilgrim’s Inn Board of Directors, 2009–present

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