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New Books with Charleston School of Law Professors as Authors and Characters

The Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library recently acquired two new titles authored by a Charleston School of Law professor and including a professor as a character in a book. Professor Armand Derfner, Constitutional Law Scholar-in-Residence at the Charleston School of … Continue reading

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Professor Armand Derfner and The Huffington Post

  Professor Armand Derfner, Charleston School of Law’s Constitutional Law Scholar in Residence is now a regular contributor to The Huffington Post.  Check out his article, “Why Doesn’t the Law Give Full Free Speech Protection to Voters?,” co-written with J. Gerald … Continue reading

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SC Attorney General to Appeal Department of Justice Refusal

According to the Sunday Post and Courier, the South Carolina Attorney General’s office is planning to file suit on Tuesday, January 31st, against the U.S.  Department of Justice for its December 23, 2011 refusal to allow the enforcement of South … Continue reading

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Check out Professor Derfner’s editorial: “A Poor Way to Choose a President”

  Professor Armand Derfner, Charleston School of Law’s Constitutional Law Scholar in Residence, penned an article, A Poor Way to Choose a President,  in today’s Post and Courier, discussing the presidential primary selection process, South Carolina’s role as 3rd in … Continue reading

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