Family and friends were at Case’s bedside each and every step of the way through her various brain cancer procedures.
BY CHARLES WYATT
wenty-three minutes. Late last year, that is the amount of time that separated life from death for Haley Case.
She received multiple academic awards, including the NCAA Division II Athletic Director’s Association Academic Achievement Awards in both her sports. During her final semester, she represented Limestone at the annual Academy of Criminal Justice Science’s Conference in Dallas with her presentation entitled “Females in the Juvenile Justice System: Issues and Programs.” After graduating from Limestone, Case went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from the Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte. She later passed the South Carolina Bar Exam and is a licensed attorney in South Carolina. She started her career at Brown Law, not far from her home in Gaffney. All was going as planned until December 30 when an undiagnosed brain tumor nearly took it all away. She now knows that had she been taken to the Emergency Room just twenty-three minutes later, she would not be here to tell her story of hope, dedication, and faith. After graduating from Limestone, Case went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from the Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte. She later passed the South Carolina Bar 16
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A native of Vestal, New York, Case played both field hockey and tennis for the Saints. She graduated cum laude in May of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in History, Pre-Law. She also minored in Criminal Justice.
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