Monthly Archives: November 2015

Briefings for Spring 2016

Save the date and plan to join the library staff for Briefings sessions on: Monday, January 25th at noon or 5:15 to discuss Research & Resources for the Upper Level Writing paper; Monday February 22nd, at noon or 5:15 to … Continue reading

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Pizza & Crunch Time

During the exam period, the library will sponsor Crunch Time on Tuesday, December 1st, at noon and again at 5:00 p.m.  Pizza and soda will be available in the Barrister.  Take a break from your exams and stop by to enjoy … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

For your reading pleasure and information needs, check out the following articles:  3 Things That Are Holding You Back From Making Partner  5 Key Issues As UnitedHealth Mulls ACA Exit  6 Legal Tech Security and Privacy Moves You Need to … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinions

 Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court published two opinions. In Beckman v. Sysco, the Court directed the Court of Appeals to depublish its opinion in Beckman v. Sysco Columbia, L.L.C., 408 S.C. 501, 759 S.E.2d 750 (Ct. App. 2014). The Court … Continue reading

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Today’s Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

The South Carolina Court of Appeals published two opinions: The SPUR v. Lalla and Hotel and Motel Holdings v. BJC Enterprises. The SPUR v. Lalla involved Sunil and Sharon Lalla (collectively, the Lallas), co-owners of a unit in a horizontal … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinions

  The South Carolina Supreme Court published two opinions. In Fore v. Griffco, the Court dismisses the writ of certiorari as improvidently granted. In the Matter of Stephen Edward Carter, the Court disbars an attorney for violating Rules of Professional … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

  The Court of Appeals published three opinions: Reeves v. State, McAlhany v. Carter, and Bolin v. SCDC. Reeves v. State was a criminal appeal. Reeves was convicted of first degree criminal sexual conduct (“CSC”) with a minor and lewd … Continue reading

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