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Articles Worth Reading

For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles: 4 Skills That Lead Associates to Success; 360 Degree Advocacy:  Engage Stakeholders in What Libraries Really Deliver; An Alternative Approach to Law School Examinations; Beyond Best Practices:  Lessons … Continue reading

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Congratulations to CSOL Alumni!

  Congratulations to CSOL alums Jeff Yungman and Aliecia Bores! Jeff Yungman was recently profiled in the ABA Journal about One80 Place.  According to the article “…[t]he Homeless Justice Project provides civil legal services to homeless veterans, individuals and families, … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court Opinion

On Wednesday, August 2, 2017, the South Carolina Supreme Court published one opinion: Protestant Episcopal Church v. Episcopal Church, was an appeal arising from a circuit court order holding that the Appellants have no legal or equitable interests in certain … Continue reading

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Opinion from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

On August 2, 2017, the Court published four opinions: In John Doe 2 v. The Citadel, i n this appeal arising from a civil matter, the S.C. Court of Appeals affirmed the circuit court’s grant of summary judgment to Respondent. … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Supreme Court

In July, the South Carolina Supreme Court published eight opinions: In State v. Harry, the Court affirmed the Petitioner’s murder conviction under the theory that the “hand of one is the hand of all” for his role in a failed … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

In July, the Court of Appeals published nine opinions: In County of Charleston v. SCDOT, the County appealed the circuit court’s grant of summary judgment to the Department. The County argues the court erred in finding (1) the Department is exempt … Continue reading

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Congratulations Professor Zisk!

Professor Nancy Zisk recently published “Embracing Race-Conscious College Admissions Programs:  How Fisher v.  University of Texas at Austin Redefines ‘Affirmative Action’ as a Holistic Approach to Admissions that Ensures Equal, Not Preferential Treatment” in 100 Marquette L. Rev. 835 (2017.) … Continue reading

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