Drew’s practice focuses on workers’ compensation matters in the firm’s Charleston office, bringing over two decades of law practice to MGC. Prior to joining the firm, he served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the United States Army for 23 years—an active duty position that serves as a legal arm to the military branch. Drew also practiced civil litigation and workers’ compensation at two South Carolina firms.

Drew understands the importance timelines, attention to detail, strategic thinking, as well as staying abreast of the latest development in workers’ compensation laws and regulations. “I seek to go the extra mile for my clients by working hard to help them to develop a well reasoned strategy to achieve their objectives and close the case,” he adds.

Drew’s wife, Katie, is an elementary school teacher and ballet artist, and they are proud parents to Mack Smith, who is an avid tennis player on Cario Middle School’s team. Outside of MGC, he enjoys coaching Mack in tennis, walking and running with his dog, Orry, and using his skills as a bow hunter and certified instructor to teach archery to Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts—and anyone else who is interested in the sport.

Practice Areas

  • Workers' Compensation

Education

  • Cumberland School of Law (JD)
  • The Citadel (BS)

Bar Admissions

  • 2013 United States Supreme Court
  • 1998 United States District Court, District of South Carolina
  • 1997 South Carolina