Firm News: Coble Law Group brings on Will Swinney as Marketing & Business Development Coordinator


Firm News


August 10, 2021

The Coble Law Group is excited to announce the latest addition to the firm. Will Swinney, Clemson MBA '22, is joining the team as the Marketing and Business Development Coordinator. Will brings a wealth of knowledge when it comes to growing a business's awareness and market. Will is a 2021 graduate from Clemson University with a degree in Marketing and has recently interned for Adobe Academy. He is currently working on his MBA Degree from Clemson. Whether it is social media, digital marketing, or brand awareness, small businesses today have a multitude of options in reaching clients and growing their book of business, and we are excited for Will's service.

"Will is a hard-working, bright, and self-motivated young man. He is a great fit for the firm and, I look forward to working with him."

- Daniel Coble, Owner CLG, LLC.

About Will

Will is from Clemson, SC and a current MBA candidate at Clemson University. He received his degree from Clemson University in May 2021 in Marketing. Will has interned for Adobe Academy where he learned about sales and customer relations. As a current student-athlete, Will has been a four-time ACC Honor Roll selection (2017-20), a William V. Campbell Trophy semifinalist, and selected for the 2020 All-ACC Academic Team.

About Coble Law Group, LLC

Daniel Coble is the founder and owner of the Coble Law Group. Daniel was the Associate Chief Magistrate Judge for Richland County from 2017-2021. He was also the Municipal Judge for the Town of Arcadia Lakes. Prior to being sworn in as a judge, Daniel was an Assistant Solicitor for the Fifth Circuit Solicitor's Office. He handled a wide range of cases including murders, armed robbery, DUI, drug trafficking, PWID, and many more. Daniel has published several books and many law review articles. He has written the only book on Preliminary Hearings in South Carolina. He has also presented CLEs on DUI, trial strategy, the rules of evidence, and many more areas. He teaches often at the Magistrate and Municipal Judge's Association and the Summary Judge's Orientation School.