Alan Wilson was elected South Carolina’s Fifty-First Attorney General on November 2, 2010 and took office on January 12, 2011. Prior to his election, Wilson spent his legal career as an Assistant Solicitor, an Assistant Attorney General, and as a civil litigator in private practice with Willoughby & Hoefer, P.A., in Columbia, SC
Immediately following his graduation from Francis Marion University in 1996, Alan joined the South Carolina National Guard. And over the past fourteen years, Alan has been promoted to the rank of Major and received the Combat Action Badge for leading troops through enemy fire in Iraq.
In 2009, Wilson left the Attorney General’s office and entered private practice as a civil litigator with the firm of Willoughby & Hoefer in Columbia, SC.
Wilson and his wife, Jennifer, have two young children, Michael and Anna Grace.
This is Wilson’s third stint in the Attorney General’s Office. Previously, he served the office as a prosecution division intern under Charlie Condon and as an Assistant Attorney General under Henry McMaster.
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