S.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Division
April 16, 2014

Participants will be encouraged to join the discussion, so come prepared to ask questions and offer insights. This program may not be offered again in 2014, so if you are contemplating becoming a certified circuit court arbitrator, you won’t want to miss it! 


Artistry and Advocacy in the Courtroom

Featuring Thomas A. Mauet, America's most often referenced author on Trial Advocacy

Examine evidence from the most important point of view—the judge’s—and upgrade your working knowledge and understanding of evidence with the most popular and published expert in this field. In this dynamic, practice-based program, Tom Mauet uses his experiences as a trial lawyer, law professor and judge to help you organize evidence in the way it should be: from the judge’s perspective. Mauet frames his presentation by using the three R's: Is it relevant? Is it reliable? Is it right?

Register today! You don’t want to miss it!

S.C. Law of Torts, 2013 Supplement
Elizabeth Scott Moise and John S. Nichols

The 2013 Cumulative Supplement provides a survey of cases decided after completion of The S.C. Law of Torts, Fourth Edition (2011) and includes cases up through the following reporters: 406 S.C.; 749 S.E.2d; 133 S. Ct.; and 736 F.3d; and unpublished S.C. district court cases through Nov. 26, 2013. The cases are organized topically and presented in the organizational scheme of the table of contents of the main text. For ease of use, references to the location in the main text are indicated in brackets following case discussions.

S.C. Consumer Protection Code,
2013 Cumulative Supplement

Kathleen Goodpasture Smith

In 2013, the S.C. General Assembly considered a number of bills relating to identity theft as part of the fallout from the S.C. Department of Revenue security breach, which exposed electronic filing information of millions of S.C. taxpayers to foreign hackers. One bill passed relating to investigations of identity theft by local law enforcement. Additional appropriations enabled the Department of Consumer Affairs to set up a new identity theft unit for beefing up enforcement of Chapter 20 titled “Consumer Identity Theft Protection.” The 2013 Cumulative Supplement includes these changes and much more.

Law of Workers' Compensation
Insurance in South Carolina, Sixth Edition

Grady L. Beard, Shannon Till Poteat, Marcy Johnson Lamar, Vernon R. Sumwalt Jr., Marti Miles Bluestein, Allison P. Sullivan

The distinguished authors and editors have more than 50 years of combined experience in the practice of workers' compensation law in South Carolina, representing employees, employers, insurance carriers and regulators. In this Sixth Edition, they have taken great care to ensure that the material incorporates both the 2007 Amendments to the S.C. Workers' Compensation Act, as well as the relevant and currently applicable pre-2007 case law and statutes, in a thorough, accurate and balanced manner that will appeal to both claimants' and defendants' attorneys.

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Dogma vs. Data: Shared Parenting Research—A 25 Year Summary

Tips and Practices in ADR Civil Mediation

How to Properly Prepare a Deed

Upcoming webcasts
Live webcast: Clarence Darrow: Crimes, Causes and the Courtroom (April 30)

10 Rules for Powerful Witness Preparation 
(May 6)

Building a Deposition to Weather the Storms
(May 8)

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