S.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Division
October 1, 2014

NEW PUBLICATION RELEASES!
The Master Agreement for Separation and Divorce
by Jay Bultz
This unbelievable resource will help you create a comprehensive agreement on every issue from A to Z in your separation and divorce cases. Organized logically into issues, subjects and topics, the Master Agreement provisions include: separation and support of the parties and an adjustment of martial rights and duties; a parenting plan covering custody, child support and protection issues; division of property; allocation of debts and liabilities; and administrative and housekeeping provisions. Purchase includes both a printed version and the full text on CD.

S.C. Rules Annotated 2014
 by Justin S. Kahn

Masters-in-Equity and Special Referees in South Carolina, Updated Fourth Edition

by John S. Nichols

S.C. Civil Procedure, 2011-2014 Supplement
 
by Prof. James F. Flanagan

COMING SOON
The Law of Slip and Fall in South Carolina by Daniel R. Denton

Tax Sales of Real Property and Mobile Homes in South Carolina, Third Edition
by Dean A. Hayes


Representing foreign nationals is becoming more commonplace.
This can be intimidating and challenging to practitioners, due to the complexity of immigration law and the fact it can play a part in every field of legal activity including criminal law, family law and employment law. For lawyers to be effective they must know what type of foreign national they are representing, how the immigration system works and the ways other areas of law intersect and impact clients.

This CLE will arm practitioners with necessary tools to better represent foreign national clients and ensure protection of their interests.

MCLE/JCLE/LEPR CREDIT: This program qualifies for 6.5 MCLE credit hours

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Looking for the South Carolina Juvenile Justice publication? It's now available but has been retitled as the South Carolina Children's Law Resource Manual

South Carolina Children’s Law Resource Manual
Kathryn Barton, LBSW
L. Michelle Dhunjishah, Esquire
William J. Mathias, Ed.D.

Blanche Q. Richey, Esquire
Andrea E. White, Esquire

Principal Editor:
Jonathan W. Lounsberry, Esquire
Contributing Editors: Timothy J.W. Muller, Esquire, and Blanche Q. Richey, Esquire

This user-friendly manual includes an overview of the history of juvenile justice; an organized, step-by-step explanation of the juvenile justice system and the various court hearings involved; a look at the impact juvenile justice can have on the educational system; a detailed description of the statewide Juvenile Arbitration Program and an overview of the foster care system authored by the Foster Care Review Board’s Director and General Counsel. Also included is a conversion table (Title 63 to 20), a table of authorities and an index.


VALUABLE RESOURCE OF THE WEEK 
S.C. Civil Procedure, 2011-2014 Supplement 
by Prof. James F. Flanagan

The 2011-2014 Supplement to S.C. Civil Procedure, Third Edition, includes significant cases decided after Jan. 1, 2011 (the date the main volume was completed) and April 15, 2014 (the date of this supplement). There is additional material on recent amendments to the civil rules, including the provisions for electronic discovery promulgated in 2011, the amendment to Rule 4 authorizing service of process by commercial delivery services adopted in 2013 and amendments to several rules adopted this year in anticipation of the introduction of an electronic filing system.

DISTANCE LEARNING

NEW OnDemand Releases
Criminal Defense Practice Essentials

Transactional/Corporate Law Essentials

Family Law Essentials

Real Estate Practice Essentials

Probate/Estate Planning Essentials

Upcoming Webcasts
The Art of Advocacy (October 8)

Thurgood Marshall’s Coming! (October 22)

Upcoming Teleseminars
Asset Protection for Real Estate (October 2)

Live Teleseminar Replay: Securities Issues for Closely Held Companies (October 3)

Inter-Species Conversions and Mergers
Part 1 (October 7)
Part 2 (October 8)

Live Teleseminar Replay: Family Feuds in Trusts
 (October 9)

Live Teleseminar Replay: UCC Issues in Real Estate Transactions
 (October 10)

More programs, more topics!
We feature programs that run from 15 minutes to six hours. Clic
here for a list of topic areas and choices of programs.

For questions
, contact Robin Genovese at (803) 771-0333 or 
rgenovese@scbar.org.