About Drew Evans
Drew was born and raised in the Charleston area. He graduated from Clemson University in 2009, and the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2012. Following law school, he clerked for the Honorable Edgar W. Dickson in Orangeburg, SC. He then spent over 5 years at the Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office in Charleston where he prosecuted over 1,200 cases and tried approximately 30 jury trials. For his last 4 years there, he was a strong advocate for victims, exclusively prosecuting stalking and harassment, domestic violence, and sexual assault cases through a grant under the Violence Against Women Act.
In 2018 he left the Solicitor’s Office to go into private practice, focusing on personal injury, general civil litigation, and criminal defense. He joined the HawkLaw Firm in 2020 and continues to enjoy being a strong trial advocate for his clients, currently focusing his practice on personal injury litigation<https://www.hawklawfirm.com/practice-area/south-carolina-personal-injury-lawyer/> in South Carolina Courts and the Federal District of South Carolina.
He lives with his wife and two sons in Charleston where they are active members of the James Island Presbyterian Church. In his free time, Drew enjoys singing with the Charleston Men’s Chorus, cooking and eating the delicious food South Carolina and Charleston have to offer, and pulling for the Clemson Tigers!
Clemson University, BA 2009
University of South Carolina School of Law, JD 2012
South Carolina Bar
Federal District of South Carolina