Monthly Archives: June 2017

President Bell’s National Jurist Interview on Charleston Law’s Very Quick Rebound

Charleston School of Law President Ed Bell, pictured above, recently spoke with the National Jurist about the law’s school’s surprisingly quick rebound.  Bell addressed a variety of issues including faculty, finances, and students.  Check out selections from the article below: … Continue reading

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Mike Leech, 2012 Law School Alum, Joins Clawson & Staubes

Check out the article below about 2012 Charleston School of Law alumni, Mike Leech, in the Charleston Regional Business Journal’s BizWire. Mike Leech Announced As Member Of Clawson And Staubes Effective July 1 CHARLESTON, SC — Mike Leech has been named … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles: 4th Circuit Sides with EPA in Coal Jobs Analysis Battle; 6 Career Lessons That Are Necessary to Learn for Long-Term Success; A Guide to Researching EU Law; Are … Continue reading

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Court news to South Carolina County Treasurers from the South Carolina Supreme Court regarding recently revised and/or enacted “…[s]tatutory provisions for the distribution of revenue generated by the …courts….” can be found below: Court News South Carolina Court Administration South … Continue reading

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South Carolina Court of Appeals Opinion

On Wednesday, the South Carolina Court of Appeals published one opinion. Wachesaw  Plantation v. Alexander, was a foreclosure action filed by Respondent Wachesaw Plantation East Community Services Association, Inc. (the Association), Appellant Todd C. Alexander (Homeowner) seeks review of an … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinion

On Wednesday, the South Carolina Supreme Court published Clemmons v. Lowe’s Home Center. Petitioner Clemmons appealed the Court of Appeals affirmation from the Workers’ Compensation Commission awarding Petitioner temporary permanent disability following the work injury to his neck and back. … Continue reading

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Library Closed July 4, 2017

The Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library, along with the Charleston School of Law, will be closed on July 4, 2017 in honor of Independence Day.  The library will re-open on Wednesday, July 5th, resuming regular operating hours.

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CSOL Alumni, Stephanie Nodine, Helping Immigrants Reach the American Dream on John’s Island

Check out the article below in Charleston Living on Charleston School of Law alumni, Stephanie Nodine, who is now practicing Immigration Law on John’s Island, helping immigrants reach their American Dream. Reaching The American Dream Posted On May 5, 2017 … Continue reading

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The South Carolina Judicial Department announced the publication of advisory opinions by the Advisory Committee on Standards of Judicial Conduct.  Check out the list below, captured from the Court’s website. Advisory Opinions These advisory opinions have been issued by the … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles: 5 Key Takeaways from Senate’s ACA Repeal Bill; 5 Legal Consequences of Diving “All In” on Social Media; 8 Skills Every Digital Leader Needs; Ask the Legal Tech … Continue reading

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