David Aylor is a native of South Carolina, born and raised in Spartanburg. After graduating from The College of Charleston with a degree in Political Science, David Aylor earned a law degree from the University of South Carolina and clerked for the SC Senate Judiciary Committee under Sen. Glenn McConnell, as well as clerking for US Magistrate Judge Robert S. Carr (ret.) and criminal attorney Andrew J. Salvage, III here in Charleston.
Currently serving as Partner and CEO of David Aylor Law Offices, David is a seasoned criminal defense attorney and civil litigator with over 10 years of experience. Since 2007, David Aylor has been building the thriving law practice and establishing a dynamic and experienced presence throughout Charleston and greater Lowcountry. Furthermore, David is the acting Prosecutor for the City of Hanahan, SC.
Outside of his professional endeavors, David Aylor is a committed philanthropist who is involved in a variety of civic and community service engagements. While he supports a wide-range of causes, David is most passionate about his work with the Charleston School of Law Moot Court as a volunteer judge, participating in the Attorney Assistance Program at The College of Charleston and MUSC, and running expungement clinics to fellow community members.
Volunteer Judge: Charleston School of Law Moot Court
David volunteers his time as a judge for the Charleston School of Law Moot Court. He enjoys playing a role in the education and development of local law students through the mock court.
Attorney Assistance Program
David is a participant in the Attorney Assistance Program at The College of Charleston and MUSC. The program provides free consultations, legal advice and discounted rates for students.
David helps teach the expungement and pardon process to those in the community with a criminal background that is keeping them from becoming employed. He is passionate about helping these individuals so that their past does not impact their chance to achieve future success. David’s expungement clinics cover the following topics: charges eligible for expungement, elements of a background check; the expungement process and related fees, and pardons.
Additional Civic & Community Service Engagements
- Hanahan Elementary Lunch Buddies Mentoring Program Supporter and donor to the Charleston YMCA
- Acting member of the South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program
- Veterans of Foreign Wars Association
- The Native American Children’s Fund
- The Miracle Hill Rescue Missions
- Member of SC Association for Justice
- Serves on the board of Push Up and Up, a push-up competition to support proven programs in dropout prevention
- Serves on the Business Liaison Committee of the Southeastern Chamber of Commerce