Monthly Archives: April 2016

South Carolina Supreme Court’s Opinions

On Wednesday, the South Carolina Supreme Court published two opinions: Gibbs v. State and Hueble v. SCDNR In Gibbs v. State, the Court affirmed the post-conviction relief (PCR) court’s dismissal of Gibbs’ PCR application, finding Gibbs was not prejudiced by … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

 On Wednesday, the Court published one opinion. In State v. Wright, the jury convicted Marcus Wright of murder, trafficking in cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine base, and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. On … Continue reading

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Exams creating stress? Check out our color station.

  Are you feeling stressed by exams?  If so, the library has chocolates, a color station, a puzzle palace, and stress balls to help.  Stop by the library’s coloring station or puzzle palace located upstairs on the 2nd floor.  Chocolates and … Continue reading

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April Issue of the Four Corners Now Available

The April 2016 issue of the faculty newsletter, The Four Corners, is available here.  Coverage includes PACER, Bloomberg Law, the Indigenous Law Portal, and faculty publications.  Enjoy!

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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinions

On Wednesday, the South Carolina Supreme Court published four opinions: Hartzell v. Palmetto Collison, Brock v. Town of Mount Pleasant, Teamer v. State, and State v. Beekman. In Hartzell v. Palmetto Collision , Hartzell filed a worker’s compensation claim alleging … Continue reading

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Exams, Library Hours, ExamSoft & Resources

Yes it is that time of year.  Classes end this Friday, April 22nd.  Exams begin on Tuesday, April 26th. Quiet! During the next several weeks, the library will be very busy. Please remember that it is a space that everyone … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

  For your information and reading enjoyment, check out the following articles: Ask What the Bar Can Do for Law Schools; Can Social Media Networking Help Your Job Search; Debunking Four Myths About Law Firm Job Offers; Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers … Continue reading

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Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library Celebrates National Library Week

On Thursday, April 14th, the Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library celebrated National Library Week in style. There was cake, ice cream, and drawings for prizes. A lot of fun was had by all. Congratulations to our prize winners: Danielle Bennett, … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

On Wednesday, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published Fredrickson v. Schulze. In this appeal of the family court’s divorce decree, Jeffrey Schulze (Husband) argued the erred in (1) its identification, valuation, and apportionment of the marital estate and (2) ordering … Continue reading

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Canada & Physician Assisted Suicide

   Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, introduced legislation in the Canadian Parliament this morning (4/14/2016) which would allow physician assisted suicide.  Bill C-14, introduced in the House of Commons, would allow physician assisted suicide which is in keeping with the … Continue reading

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