Want to help spread legal history to students across South Carolina?

Breath of Freedom by Johnathan Green

Want to help spread legal history to students across South Carolina?

Get your copy of Jonathan Green’s painting, “Breath of Freedom,” which depicts the crowd outside the courthouse during the Briggs v. Elliott trial.

The print is being sold in collaboration with the statue dedication to the Hon. J. Waties Waring in Charleston. “To me, it’s awfully heartening when people suddenly sniff a little breath of freedom,” the judge said, describing the crowd in the painting.

The artwork is available for $100 and may be purchased here. Proceeds will be used by the J. Waties Waring Statue Committee to help distribute copies of this great work to student classrooms across South Carolina.

Purchasers will need to contact Roland Knight at the Charleston School of Law at (864) 918-9807 or rmknight@charlestonlaw.edu to make arrangements to receive their painting.

Purchase Your Print Here

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