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Alternatives

There are many skills students develop while attending law school. Some of these skills include analytical thinking, public speaking, persuasive writing, negotiating, simplifying and synthesizing complex ideas, and of course, research. Some students enter law school with the intention of … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity

In the November 25, 2019 issue of South Carolina Lawyers Weekly, Renee Sexton (“Sexton”) provided some key information into the ever-evolving world of cybersecurity. Most people today are connected to their smartphones and other electronic devices. I have seen signs … Continue reading

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Everything about Consumer Law in a Quick and Easy Place

The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) Digital Library is a collection of treatises that cover just about every area of consumer law. The twenty-one treatises are arranged in five category titles: Debtor Rights, Mortgages & Foreclosures, Credit & Banking, Deception … Continue reading

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Electronic Resource – Database – The Supreme Court Yearbook

“The judicial Power of the United States shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. “- Article III, Section I When upholding The United States … Continue reading

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Representing Your Client in Federal Court, a CLE resource

If you’re considering representing clients in federal court and need a refresher, look no further. The source Representing Your Client in Federal Court, by the National Business Institute is a quick guide that can lead you in the right direction. … Continue reading

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The People’s Guide to the Government

“The press was to serve the governed, not the governors.” -U.S. Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black in New York Times Co. v. United States (1971) Freedom of the Press is one of our most cherished parts of the United States … Continue reading

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The Modern Utility of the South Carolina Annotated Rules of Professional Conduct

The South Carolina Annotated Rules of Professional Conduct provides a comprehensive look at the rules of ethics that should be followed in the state of South Carolina, by both lawyers and law students alike. It is the same format as the Model … Continue reading

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