Senior Lawyers Division
The South Carolina Bar Senior Lawyers Division is the section of the South Carolina Bar which all Bar members who are at least 60 years of age shall be members.

Visiting Professorships for Senior Lawyers 
The Center for International Legal Studies places experienced practitioners in visiting professorships at institutions in East Europe and the former republics of the Soviet Union. The Center will offer short-term appointments to as many as 90 senior lawyers in spring and autumn 2015. Click here for additional information.
New senior handbook released!
S.C. Senior Citizens Handbook (PDF) (UPDATED!)

E-Help at Your Desk
In coordination with the USC School of Law Pro Bono Program, volunteers will teach the latest technology to members of the Division. If you need assistance or would like to serve as a volunteer that responds to E-Help at Your Desk requests, please click here. For more information, please contact Pam Robinson at or (803) 777-3405.  
SC Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Legal assistance is needed for the following, and volunteer law clerks are available through the Carolina Clerks Program. To accept one of these cases and for additional information, please contact Pamela Robinson at
City Organization Type General Needs
Little River Arts collaborative 501(c)(3) application, basic nonprofit incorporation, bylaws
Charleston Theater company sales tax questions, nonprofit law questions, intellectual property questions
Charleston Theater company 501(c)(3) application, basic nonprofit incorporation
Charleston Handbell choir 501(c)(3) review, bylaws review
Charleston Dance ensemble Nonprofit vs sole proprietorship
Charleston Breast cancer awareness band 501(c)(3) review
Columbia Jazz performance, educational outreach 501(c)(3) application, basic nonprofit incorporation

Commission on CLE & Specialization Request for Exemption
Active members of the Bar who are at least 60 years of age and who have been admitted to practice law for 30 years or more may submit an affidavit to include year of birth, year of admission (this does not have to be with the S.C. Bar) and the desire to be exempt (exempt status pursuant to Section III. A of the Commission’s regulations shall apply to both the CLE and LEPR requirements). Requests should be submitted to the S.C. Supreme Court Commission on CLE & Specialization, P.O. Box 2138, Columbia, SC 29202. For more information, visit or contact the Commission at (803) 799-5578 or

Travel Opportunities
The Division is exploring travel destinations for its members. For additional information, please contact Nancy Layman at or (803) 776-6999.
Quality of Life Resources

2014-15 Executive Council

Staff Contact:
Tara Caine
(803) 799-6653, ext. 146