Author Archives: Nathan Schmaltz

About Nathan Schmaltz

Nathan is the Acquisitions & Serials Librarian at the Charleston School of Law, Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library.

Spring 2014 Booklist

The Spring 2014 Booklist is now available. See which textbooks are required and/or recommended for your classes by accessing the Booklist PDF here, or by visiting the Academic Affairs Book Information and On-line Bookstore page.  Please note that textbook information … Continue reading

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Maymester and Summer Booklist

The Maymester and Summer semester Booklist is now available. See which textbooks are required and/or recommended for your class by accessing the Booklist PDF here, or by visiting the Academic Affairs Book Information and On-line Bookstore page.  Please note that textbook information … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Trial Advocacy Competition Winners and New Board Members

The Charleston School of Law’s Trial Advocacy Board hosted its annual internal competition October 26th and 27th, with 50 competitors and over 100 student volunteer witnesses and timekeepers participating.  Many thanks to all who helped make the competition a success … Continue reading

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Professor Armand Derfner and The Huffington Post

  Professor Armand Derfner, Charleston School of Law’s Constitutional Law Scholar in Residence is now a regular contributor to The Huffington Post.  Check out his article, “Why Doesn’t the Law Give Full Free Speech Protection to Voters?,” co-written with J. Gerald … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Newly Elected Moot Court Board Officers

Congratulations to those elected Moot Court Board officers for the 2013-14 academic year! Chief Justice John Leininger Associate Justice of 2L Competitions        Kelsey Patterson Associate Justice of External Competitions Daniel Cooper Associate Justice of Internal Affairs Whitney Wilder Associate Justice of CSOL … Continue reading

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