S.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Division
August 20, 2014

**After August 26, 2014, you will only be able to register for the individual programs.

Friday, September 26

Sonesta Resort, Hilton Head Island

This program is designed to build a complete construction lawyer! Featuring a broad range of perspectives and topics, the program focuses on issues critical to success in this complex practice area. The experienced faculty includes a S.C. circuit court judge who is a former construction litigator, the in-house counsel at a Fortune 150 company, accomplished expert consultants, and witnesses who will provide best practices on working with consultants. In addition, you will hear from a knowledgeable panel of N.C. lawyers on construction law in our border state. Frank Elmore will regale us with his annual update on the state of S.C. construction law. Finally, Michael Burke of Howell, Mich. will share his solutions to attorney mental health, substance abuse and addiction.

Register by September 12 to receive the Early Bird rate!

The Criminal Law of South Carolina,
Sixth Edition

Professor William Shepard McAninch
W. Gaston Fairey
Lesley M. Coggiola

There have been significant changes in criminal law as a result of the Omnibus Crime Reduction and Sentencing Act of 2010, all reflected in the Sixth Edition as well as other statutory changes since 2007. With more than 875 pages, the new edition includes an enlarged table of contents, a summary of contents, a thorough index and comprehensive tables of cases and statutes. For the first time ever, the Sixth Edition is also accompanied by a CD containing the full book text in a searchable format.


Upcoming Webcasts
Double Feature: Ben Franklin on Ethics and Lincoln on Professionalism (August 27)
Make Your Witness a Star (September 10)

Upcoming Teleseminars

Live Teleseminar: Early Stage Capital for Growing Businesses: Venture Capital and Angel Investing
Part 1 (August 26)
Part 2 (August 27)

Live Teleseminar Replay: Employment Agreements
Part 1 (September 4)
Part 2 (September 5)

Live Teleseminar Replay: Role of “Trust Protectors” in Estate Planning (September 8) 

Live Teleseminar: UCC Toolkit: Promissory Notes (September 9)

We are now a
As of August 14, the Bar is officially a Peach!”  Peach New Media will host all online programming – both live webcasts and on-demand seminars. This partnership ensures a better online learning experience and improved customer service. You will now be able to sign into all online programs and view MCLE records with your Bar member log-in credentials.

Here are several things you need to know to make this a smooth transition:

*As of August 14, you will no longer use your InReach username and password. Instead, when registering for a live webcast or purchasing an on-demand program, use your SC Bar member log-in, username and password, just as you would when registering for any other SC Bar CLE seminar. 

*Live webcasts or on-demand programs you have completed in the last 30 days will automatically be reported to the S.C. Supreme Court Commission on CLE and Specialization. You won’t have to do anything differently than before.

*For teleseminars sponsored by WebCredenza and purchased through the CLE Division or webcasts sponsored by Periaktos and purchased through the CLE Division, continue to use the log-ins specific to those partners.

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 

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

With annotations current as of June 4, 2014, the newly updated S.C. Rules Annotated 2014 is the most up-to-date, premier compendium of the state court rules.

The 2014 edition includes the full text and complete annotations to the S.C. Rules of Civil Procedure, S.C. Rules of Criminal Procedure and the S.C. Rules of Family Court. It also contains the full text to the S.C. Rules of Probate Court, S.C. Rules of Magistrates Court, the S.C. Administrative Law Court Rules and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Rules.

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

A Practical Guide to Elder and Special Needs Law in South Carolina

Principal author and editor: Franchelle C. Millender
Contributing authors: Michael Bridges, Kathryn Cook DeAngelo, M. Leigh Flynn, Patricia L. Harrison, Catherine H. Kennedy, Franchelle C. Millender, Mitchell C. Payne, Sarah G. St. Onge

Traxler’s Child Support Calculator 2014, Version 1.01

A simple, easy-to-use program that calculates child support pursuant to the new 2014 S.C. DSS Child Support Guidelines, effective July 1, 2014.

Traxler’s Alimony Calculator 2014, Version 1.0

If you are an existing user of Traxler’s Alimony Calculator, you may purchase the updated 2014 software for a discounted price here. If you order Traxler’s Alimony Calculator as an existing user, CLE will cross-reference it's records for verification.

Combo pricing is offered for the above products.
If you want to purchase both products AND you do own a previous version of Traxler’s Alimony Calculator, click here.
If you want to purchase both products BUT do not own a previous version of Traxler’s Alimony Calculator, click here.

The Master Agreement for Separation and Divorce by Jay Bultz

S.C. Children’s Law Resource Manual
by Kathryn Barton, L. Michelle Dhunjishah, William J. Mathias, Blanche Q. Richey, Andrea E. White