In 1977 Mr. Henry graduated from the University of South Carolina Law School and, after passing the bar exam that fall, became an assistant public defender in Greenville, South Carolina where he has lived and worked ever since. While at the public defender office, Mr. Henry became the deputy public defender representing juvenile and adult defendants in cases ranging from minor magistrate offenses to death penalty murder trials.
In 1981, Mr. Henry went into private practice. During that year he helped form the Carolina Alliance for Fair Employment (CAFÉ), a non-profit organization that helps workers learn about their job rights. CAFÉ has chapters throughout the state and has its headquarters in Hartsville, South Carolina.
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