Ms. Carroway is a native of South Carolina and is honored to bring the office of Morgan and Morgan to her home state. She knew when she went to law school that she wanted her practice of law to be dedicated to advocating for individuals who were not able to effectively stand up for themselves.
Ms. Carroway attended The University of South Carolina for both her undergraduate studies and law school. She graduated from University of South Carolina School of Law in 2004 and immediately began work as an Assistant Public Defender in South Carolina's capital city of Columbia. In 2006 Ms. Carroway and her husband were lucky enough to get the opportunity to move to the low country of South Carolina. She has spent the last 15 years representing the people of her community as the Deputy Public Defender for the 14th Judicial Circuit. During that time she gained invaluable trial experience, and she is excited to continue to use those skills to fight for her clients at Morgan and Morgan.
She spends her free time with her family traveling, boating, and enjoying the beautiful low country. She is very active in her community. She serves as a board member for the Beaufort Yacht and Sailing Club, and attends First Presbyterian Church of Beaufort.
- University of South Carolina - 2001
- University of South Carolina - 2004
- South Carolina Association for Justice
- Beaufort County Bar Association
- South Carolina