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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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Computer Based Testing for July 2017 South Carolina Bar Exam Announcement

July 2017 South Carolina bar exam takers, wanting to use ExamSoft’s computerized testing software, to take the South Carolina bar exam must complete the Request to Participate form found here.  The form must be postmarked or hand delivered to the … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

The South Carolina Court of Appeals published four opinions. State v. Trapp is a criminal appeal in which Trapp appeals his conviction for trafficking crack cocaine, arguing the circuit court erred in: (1) admitting drug evidence when the State failed to … Continue reading

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President Bell Named to the Inner Circle of Advocates

Charleston School of Law President, J. Edward Bell, was recently invited to join the nationally known trial lawyers organization, the Inner Circle of Advocates.  The organization is an invitation-only group of the “100 best trial lawyers in the United States.” … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

  The South Carolina Court of Appeals published two opinions: In State v. Thompson, Appellants’ appealed joint convictions of homicide by child abuse (HCA) and unlawful conduct toward a child, the S.C. Court of Appeals affirmed Appellants’ convictions. Appellants raised three … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles:  4 Things Employers Should Know About “Comp Time” Bill;  4 Ways Law Firms Drive Clients Away;  Bad Puns Aside, Law School Clubs Lighten the Load;  CLOC Legal Operations … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Supreme Court

Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court published one opinion: In the Interest of Justin B. Justin B., a minor, was found delinquent for committing criminal sexual conduct with a minor in the first degree. The family court imposed the mandatory, statutory … Continue reading

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