Category Archives: Book Review

Gun Law in South Carolina

Gun Law in South Carolina is a supplemental assortment that was used as an aid for the CLE hosted in Charleston in 24, 2016. This supplement is informative for individuals who are looking for an easy refresher on the South … Continue reading

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THE LAW OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE IN SOUTH CAROLINA

The Law of Automobile Insurance in South Carolina is exactly what it says it is: a comprehensive and accessible look into the otherwise intimidating world of automobile insurance law.  Put lightly, this book will be as important as water to … Continue reading

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A Review: Criminal Procedure For South Carolina Practitioners

If criminal procedure were a place, as opposed to a body of law, we would hope that you would find in this work an excellent travel guide. Criminal Procedure for South Carolina Practitioners is written by two of our very … Continue reading

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APPELLATE PRACTICE IN SOUTH CAROLINA

Need to know the South Carolina judicial structure and how to appeal from Certain Courts?  The resource, Appellate Practice in South Carolina, Second Edition by: Jean Hoefer Toal, Shahin Vafai, And Robert A. Muckenfuss would be a great place to start.  The … Continue reading

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An Excellent South Carolina Family Law Resource

It is rare when I find a legal resource that is easy to understand, very informative and cheap at the same time. Recently, I stumbled on such a resource in our library: Marriage and Divorce Law in South Carolina – A … Continue reading

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All signs point to the future being bright for Elder Law attorneys

If you are considering practicing within elder or special needs law, a great resource to have available is A Practical Guide to Elder and Special Needs Law in South Carolina. The book’s principal author is South Carolina Elder Law and … Continue reading

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