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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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A Legal & Practical Resource Guide: Estate Planning in South Carolina

Are you an attorney that focuses on fiduciary accounting and taxation of estate planning in South Carolina or plan on practicing within this area after law school?  If so, Volume 6 of Estate Planning in South Carolina (2nd Edition) is … Continue reading

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A Review: Jaeger-Fine’s Legal Professional Persona Self-help

“Those who succeed are not those with the greatest academic prowess— instead those who thrive in the practice possess certain qualities that lead them to success.” As a third-year law student who does not currently sit in the top 10% of … Continue reading

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Voting Rights

The resource that I have today is a publication on the Election Protests under South Carolina Law. This resource is broken up by sections, that go in detail on statutory provisions, voter registration processes, election procedures, and protest procedures (how … Continue reading

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Review: So You’re Going to Try Your First Case…

“I have witnessed law school graduates commit ‘faux pas’ of gargantuan proportion.”– Judge Ralph King Anderson, Jr. Florence, S.C. 1997 Faux pas – noun. An embarrassing or tactless act or remark in a social situation. Synonymous for mistake. As soon-to-be graduates, … Continue reading

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