S.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Division
April 23, 2014

ELDER LAW AND SPECIAL NEEDS PRACTICE IN SOUTH CAROLINA

The S.C. Bar Elder Law Committee and the CLE Division proudly present Elder Law and Special Needs Practice in South Carolina. This comprehensive program is designed to guide you through key issues of this discipline and features the new CLE publication, A Practical Guide to Elder and Special Needs Law in South Carolina, edited and authored by Franchelle Millender and many of other distinguished faculty. 

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

NEW PUB RELEASE
Criminal Law of South Carolina,
Sixth Edition

Prof. 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 of which are reflected in the sixth edition, as well as other statutory changes since 2007. Plus, each copy contains a CD with the full text in a searchable format.

Get your copy today!


RESOURCE OF THE WEEK
S.C. Requests to Charge—Criminal, Second Edition

The Hon. Ralph King Anderson Jr.

South Carolina Requests to Charge—Criminal, Second Edition includes many chapters and a multitude of individual charges covering all of the major criminal offenses in South Carolina.

Every substantive charge is supported by numerous citations to pertinent South Carolina authority when such authority exists. The updated second edition contains 25 new charges on offenses created by the 2010 Omnibus Crime Act, and each purchase of the hardcover text will automatically include the entire text on a CD.

Get your copy today!

DISTANCE LEARNING
NEW Releases
The Modern Family: The Fundamentals of Representing Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender Clients 
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Recently 
Released OnDemand!

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

Webcast

If you missed this earlier live webcast program you have another chance to view!
Live webcast: Clarence Darrow: Crimes, Causes and the Courtroom
 (April 30)

Upcoming webcasts
10 Rules for Powerful Witness Preparation 
(May 6)

Building a Deposition to Weather the Storms
 
(May 8)

More programs, more topics!
The S.C. Bar CLE Division features more than 300 programs in more than 50 topic areas and programs that run from 15 minutes to six hours. Clic
here for a listing of topic areas and choices of programs.

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