Elise F. Crosby
Elise is a civil and family court litigator, a certified custody and divorce mediator, and experienced criminal trial lawyer. In addition to her litigation practice, she represents government clients on a myriad of planning, contract, FOIA, and other state law issues. She has been a practicing trial attorney since 1994, and is a veteran prosecutor, having prosecuted felonies in Charleston and Georgetown Counties, last serving as the Deputy Solicitor for Georgetown. Elise began her private practice with Bell Legal Group, representing plaintiffs injured by childrens’ homes, camps, hospitals, and nursing homes. Two years later, she founded Crosby Law Firm, LLC, dedicated to serving legal needs in her community. In 2006, she was appointed City Attorney for Georgetown. Elise graduated from the College of Charleston and the University of South Carolina School of Law. In addition to her law practice, she has worked for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and taught criminal justice at Horry-Georgetown Technical College. Elise has served the South Carolina Bar in the House of Delegates, volunteered as a mock trial coach, and spoken locally and statewide to youth, civic, and attorney groups. She presently serves on the Board of Governors for the South Carolina Bar Association, as President of the South Carolina Municipal Attorneys Association, and as President-elect of the Georgetown County Bar.
She is admitted to practice in South Carolina state and federal court and the United States Supreme Court.
Joe M. Crosby
Judge Crosby represents individuals, HOAs, and businesses in civil and family court and claimants before the Social Security Administration and the Workers’ Compensation Commission. He also represents the Guardian ad litem program in Family Court, a position he has held for over fifteen years. He has been in private practice since 1995 and joined Crosby Law Firm in 2007. He was elected Master-in-Equity for Georgetown County by the South Carolina General Assembly in 2008.
Judge Crosby graduated from The Citadel and the University of South Carolina School of Law. He served onthe Georgetown County School Board for two terms, and was elected Chairman. He has been active in youth sports and is scoutmaster of the Boys Scouts of America’s local Troop 300.
Judge Crosby is admitted to practice in South Carolina state and federal court, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.