Monthly Archives: June 2017

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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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

The South Carolina Court of Appeals published three opinions. In Foran v. Murphy USA, is an appeal arising from the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission’s (the Commission) denial of compensation for injuries suffered by Appellant, the S.C. Court of Appeals … Continue reading

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Today’s Opinion from the South Carolina Supreme Court

The South Carolina Supreme Court issued one opinion this morning:  City of Columbia v. Marie-Therese Assa’ad-Faltas.  In it, the Court affirmed the conviction and sentence for simple assault of Assa’ad-Faltas, denying her argument that her right to self-representation was violated and … Continue reading

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South Carolina Declines to Incorporate ABA Model Rule 8.4(g) into the SC Rules of Professional Conduct

  The South Carolina Supreme Court recently announced that it would not incorporate the ABA Model Rule 8.4(g) into the South Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct.  Acknowledging the need for diversity and the issue of discrimination, the Court announced that … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles: 1. ABA Supports Cybersecurity Bill; 2. Among the Old New Words; 3. Ask Daliah:  Four Steps to Making Social Media Work for You; 4. Ask a Librarian:  How … Continue reading

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