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1221 Main Street
Suite 1100
Columbia, SC 29201
Directions & Parking

Columbia office from the East:

  1. Take I-26 West to I-77 North.
  2. Take Bluff Road Exit and turn left toward Columbia.
  3. At Williams Brice Stadium, turn right onto George Rogers Boulevard.
  4. Bear left onto Assembly Street.
  5. Turn right at Lady Street.
  6. Turn right onto Main Street. 
  7. Turn right into parking garage. Park on first level of the garage labeled P1. Enter building through elevator. 

Columbia office from the North:

  1. Take I-77 South to State Road 277 (Exit 18) (which becomes Bull Street) into Columbia.
  2. Turn right at Elmwood Avenue.
  3. Turn left at Assembly Street.
  4. Turn left at Lady Street.
  5. Turn right onto Main Street.
  6. Turn right into parking garage. Park on first level of the garage labeled P1. Enter building through elevator. 


Parker Poe opened its Columbia office in 1996 to meet the needs of South Carolina's capital city. Today, a variety of business and government clients rely on our Columbia attorneys for legal services, including in the areas of public finance, health care, construction, economic development, and litigation. 

The Columbia metro area is home to more than 840,000 residents, according to census data. It is also home to several colleges and universities, including state's flagship university – the University of South Carolina – as well as Columbia College and South University.  

The area offers a variety of recreational activities, such as boating, hiking, and canoeing, as well as cultural opportunities, including music, theater, art, and dance. Columbia's Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens consistently rank among the top 10 zoological parks in the United States. Lake Murray, with its 50,000 acres of water, provides outdoor recreation to residents and visitors just northwest of the city.

Other points of interest include the South Carolina State Museum, the Columbia Museum of Art, and the Congaree National Park, which features 25 miles of hiking trails, including the last significant tract of old-growth hardwood forest in the United States.

Community Involvement

Our attorneys are devoted to making their communities a better place to live and work. In Columbia, our attorneys have taken on various roles in the community, including on the board of directors for the South Carolina March of Dimes, the Public Policy Committee for the Affordable Housing Coalition of South Carolina, and serving as chair of the City of Columbia Citizens Advisory Committee for Community Development. In addition, one of our attorneys spearheaded the South Carolina/Germany International Youth Cultural Exchange Program that reaches hundreds of young soccer athletes every year.


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