Monthly Archives: March 2015

Today’s decision from the South Carolina Supreme Court for March 25, 2015

Today, March 25, 2015, the South Carolina Supreme Court handed down two decisions: State v. Niles and State v. Lewis In State v. Niles, the Court reversed the court of appeals’ decision. Niles was convicted of murder, armed robbery and possession … Continue reading

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Today’s decision from the South Carolina Court of Appeals for March 25, 2015

Today, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published a decision in SCDSS v. Patten. SCDSS v. Patten is an appeal of the family court’s order finding Sidney Patten a vulnerable adult under the Omnibus Adult Protection Act. Patten was a … Continue reading

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Vote for Your Favorite Peeps in Law

  It is now time for the 7th Annual Peeps in Law diorama contest sponsored by the American Bar Association (ABA.)  Between March 24th – April 5th, vote on your favorite law related diorama.  Entries are available here, and it looks like … Continue reading

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Jump Start Your Summer Clerkship

  The Reference Librarians of the Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library will present Jump Start Your Summer Clerkship:  Research Skills, Resources & Techniques on Monday, March 30th, at noon or again at 5:15 p.m. in Mary 101A.  We’ll review available fee and … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court Decisions for March 18, 2015

On Wednesday, March 18, 2015, the South Carolina Supreme Court published three opinions: Dreher v. SCDHEC, The Spriggs Group v. Slivka, and Lewis v. L.B. Dynasty. In  Dreher v. SCDHEC, the Court affirms, as modified, the court of appeals’ decision … Continue reading

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South Carolina Court of Appeals’ Decisions for March 18, 2015

On Wednesday, March 18th, 2015, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published two decisions: State v. Slocumb and State v. Lynch. In State v. Slocumb, the Court affirms the trial court’s decision to sentence Conrad Slocumb to an aggregate sentence of … Continue reading

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Touch Screens Installed

 The library is replacing embedded Equitrac keypads with Touch Screens on library printers.   Instructions are attached to the printers and were also shared with students via email.  Please stop by either the Help or Reference Desk if you have questions.

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