Founder of the McQueen Law firm, Arthur H. McQueen, has been a practicing attorney for over 31 years.
During law school, Mr. McQueen was a member of the Editorial board of the South Carolina Law Review and he won the prestigious Samuel L. Prince Competition.
Following law school he served as an attorney in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the U.S. Army.
Since moving to Spartanburg in the early 1970’s, Mr. McQueen has been admitted to practice law before the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, and the S.C. Supreme Court.
Mr. McQueen is married to Jayne, the founder and President of Mobile Meals of Spartanburg, and has two children, Amy Mulraney and Jim McQueen.
Mr. McQueen graduated from Presbyterian College with Bachelor of Arts in English degree in 1964 and from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1967 where he received his Juris Doctor. He received his Master of Laws in Taxation L.L.M. from Emory University in 1982.
Social & Community Responsibility
Among his many community activities, Mr. McQueen was an elder at First Presbyterian Church of Spartanburg, past President of the Spartanburg Estate Planning Council, past President of North Spartanburg Rotary Club and Kidney Foundation, past chairman of the Spartanburg Teen Center and Child Evangelism Fellowship, and past board member of Habitat for Humanity and the Young Life Committee. Mr. McQueen is currently involved with the Spartanburg County Prayer Network.
United States Army, JAG Corp. 1967 – 1972
Perrin, Perrin, Mann & Patterson Law Firm, 1972 – 1978
McQueen, Lehman, & Pretty, P.A., 1978 – 1985
McQueen Law Firm, P.C. 1985 – Present