Arielle was born and raised in Michigan. She attended Purdue University and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with a double-major in English and Sociology, and a minor in Psychology.
Following college, Arielle moved to South Carolina and pursued her law degree at the Charleston School of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctor in 2019. She spent a summer abroad in The Hauge, Netherlands studying international tribunals and domestic affairs. Her passion for advocacy earned her a position on the Trial Advocacy Board and the Moot Court Board where she further received national recognition as a “Champion Advocate” at the 2019 National Tax Moot Court Competition. Arielle presided over and participated in the Children’s Advocacy and Family Law Society of the Charleston School of Law, was a member of Women in Law and a Student Ambassador for the Charleston School of Law, is a certified member of the Darkness to Light program, a certified Guardian ad Litem, is a member of the South Carolina Women’s Law Association and Young Lawyers Division, and is an alumna of the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society.
Arielle comes to the Shealey Law Firm after practicing for over three years in domestic relations, learning the intricacies of litigation and research. She prides herself in zealously advocating for her clients both inside and outside of the courtroom. She is licensed to practice law in South Carolina and North Carolina, in both State and Federal Courts. Arielle’s practice at Shealey Law focuses on criminal defense, personal injury and 1983 claims, and she now takes her passion for advocacy into the courtrooms on a regular basis. When Arielle is not fighting for her clients, she spends her time living in Charleston with her three dogs, loves to travel, and enjoys spending time out on the water during her free time!
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