David J. Rutledge
David J. Rutlege received his B.A. in English from Furman University and his J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law, Samford University in 1987. At Cumberland, he graduated in the top 11% of his class, served as Executive Editor of Law Review (voted most valuable editor), named on Who's Who, Dean's List honoree (five out of six semesters), and inducted into the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. He clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Robert B. Propst from 1987-88. He is admitted to the South Carolina, North Carolina and Alabama state bars. He is also admitted to the bars of the Supreme Court of the U.S., Fourth and Eleventh Circuit, and all of the U.S. District Courts in Alabama and South Carolina. David is a member of the American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Poinsett Club, and Anderson Mill Road Baptist Church. His publications include three articles in the Cumberland Law Review; two cases published while he clerked with Judge Propst entitled; and two articles in the South Carolina Historical Magazine entitled: "How to Avoid Charges of Age Discrimination in the Workplace" and "Mrs. Jamison's Tale of the War".David has been practicing as a general solo practioner since 1994 in Greenville, SC with an emphasis in Family Law. He is married with two children.