Steven M. Abrams is a litigation attorney licensed to practice in South Carolina and the District of Columbia. He concentrates his practice on civil remedies for electronic and internet privacy violations, defamation, computer law, cyber security policy and procedures, computer forensics and e-discovery.
Abrams has worked for nearly 30 years as a digital forensics instructor and investigator. He completed over 1,100 investigations for a wide variety of clients including the U.S. embassies in Mexico and Albania.
An attorney since 2007, Abrams has worked on dozens of legal cases involving internet privacy violations, anonymous electronic defamation and hacking.
As a trained investigator and a lawyer, Abrams has a unique set of skills that can help law firms and their clients enhance their ability to maneuver the ever-changing field of cyber technology through strategic advice as a co-counsel or as a subject matter legal expert during cases.
A magna cum laude graduate of the Charleston School of Law, Abrams also has a master’s degree from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology and computer science from Allegheny College. He also has done coursework at Hofstra University and the School of Law at Kings College at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.
Through the years, Abrams has published articles, given speeches and taught continuing legal education courses in cyber law and computer forensics to members of the military, law enforcement, private investigators and attorneys. He currently holds a law enforcement commission from the governor of South Carolina, and regularly assists federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. He has been honored with several awards by law enforcement officials for his work.