E. Grey Wicker

E. Grey Wicker

Spartanburg, South Carolina

E. Grey Wicker has represented injured parties for over 8 years. Grey served as a law clerk to the Honorable Roger L. Couch in the Seventh Judicial Circuit for one year before going into practice with Mike Spears at Michael E. Spears, PA in 2008. Grey joined Parham, Smith & Archenhold's Spartanburg Office in 2017.

While practicing many facets of the law, Grey has focused his efforts on pursuing the legal rights of his clients in civil, medical malpractice, class action and trucking accident litigation. Grey has committed his career to protecting his clients' interests while zealously representing them and counseling them through the difficult litigation process. Grey has an "AV" rating as a Preeminent Lawyer by Martindale Hubbell.

A Spartanburg native, Grey achieved a Bachelors Degree in Mathematics with a minor in Music from Davidson College before achieving his juris doctor, Magna Cum Laude, from The Charleston School of Law in 2007. During his tenure at the Charleston School of Law, Grey served as the Quality Control Editor of the Maritime Law Bulletin. Additionally, Grey served as the Chairman of the school's Honor Counsel for two years and on the Judiciary Committee, tasked with writing the school's honor code.

Areas of Practice

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • Nursing Home Negligence

Bar Admissions

  • South Carolina, 2007
  • U.S. District Court District of South Carolina, 2007
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit, 2014


  • Charleston School of Law, Charleston, South Carolina
    • J.D. magna cum laude - 2007
  • Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina
    • B.S. - 2004
    • Honors: Bernard Society of Mathematics
    • Major: Mathematics
    • Minor: Music

Published Works

  • “Maritime Wrongful Death: An Anomalous Animalis”, The Charleston Law Review, Spring 2007
  • “Recovery of Non-Pecuniary Damages under Wrongful Death Claims?”, Charleston School of Law Maritime Law Bulletin, January 2006
  • “Defense of the Grading System” and “Hats off to the Professionalism Series”, The Brief – Charleston School of Law Newsletter, March, April 2005


  • Starting a Non-Profit, Spartanburg County Kiwanis Club 2016
  • Default Damages: To Hold or Not to hold, Greenville County Bar “Year End” CLE - 2014
  • Trucking Accident Litigation, Cell Phone Location Tracking: Where Are They Now?, Charleston School of Law CLE program – 2015
  • A Primer on SC Tort Law, Spartanburg County Bar 2015

Honors and Awards

  • Jack Robinson Philanthropist of the Year Award, Mobile Meals of Spartanburg County, 2016
  • Association of Fundraising Professionals Volunteer of the Year Nominee, Nominated by Mobile Meals of Spartanburg County, 2016
  • Justice C. Bruce Littlejohn Young Lawyer of the Year, Spartanburg County Bar, 2015
  • AV Preeminent Rating awarded for Highest Level of Professional Excellence, Martindale Hubbell, 2014 - present
  • Spartanburg Young Professional of the Year, Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce, 2014
  • Board Member of the Year, Mobile Meals of Spartanburg County, 2014
  • American Mensa Inductee, 2005
  • Eagle Scout, 1999

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Spartanburg County Bar Association, Member
  • Greenville County Bar Association, Member
  • South Carolina Bar, Member

Pro Bono Activities

  • Chairman of the Board of Directors for Mobile Meals of Spartanburg County, 501(c)(3) non-profit serving nearly 1500 meals per day with a yearly budget exceeding $1,000,000.00, June 2015 – present
  • Board of Directors Member for Mobile Meals of Spartanburg County, June 2013 – June 2015
  • Founder and Director of Public Relations for The Hub City Hog Fest, a charity BBQ competition in downtown Spartanburg, established as a benefit for Mobile Meals of Spartanburg County and raising over $200,000.00 for Mobile Meals in its first four years, August 2012 –present