S.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Division
November 26, 2014

IT'S THE MONTH TO SHOW THANKS!

The Continuing Legal Education Division would like to thank our volunteers, book authors, sponsors, vendors and exhibitors for the time and effort they put forth to help us put on quality programming and publications for the SC Bar membership.





Join us for another exciting year of CLE seminars with nationally recognized speakers! To view the schedule at-a-glance and register, go
to www.scbar.org/convention.

NEW PUBLICATION RELEASES!

Tax Sales of Real Property and Mobile Homes in South Carolina, Third Edition
by Dean A. Hayes
The third edition discusses two important statute of limitations cases decided in the five years since the last edition and includes new material regarding the forfeited land commission and quiet title actions. It contains multiple sample pleadings to assist in cases where you discover a defendant is in the military, is a minor, is incompetent, is deceased or cannot be located. Each book purchase comes with the entire book on CD, making the text fully keyword searchable. The CD also contains the sample pleadings listed above as well as sample pleadings for an action to set aside a tax sale or obtain tax sale overage and an action to quiet title.

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 marital 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.


The Law of Slip and Fall in South Carolina
by Daniel R. Denton
This book provides comprehensive analysis of SC premises liability law applicable to slip-and-fall litigation, along with other areas of law typically involved in such cases. Denton supplements the black-letter law with relevant appellate opinions, plus 13 case notes straight from cases he has litigated. Throughout the book are 11 practice tips, including checklists that can be used to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a slip-and-fall case. With sections on duties, foreseeability, standards of care, immunities and limitations on recovery, comparative negligence and assumption of risk, along with a table of 185 cases for easy reference, this book also serves as a primer for personal injury law in general.


COMING SOON
Criminal Procedure for South Carolina Practitioners 2014 Cumulative Supplement
by Miller W. Shealy Jr. and Margaret M. Lawton


A Guide to South Carolina Legal Research and Citation, Third Edition by Paula G. Benson

The Lost Art: An Advocate’s Guide to Opening Statements and Closing Arguments
by Judge Joseph F. Anderson Jr.

 

DISTANCE LEARNING
Recent OnDemand Releases
Wine, Beer & Spirits: An Introduction to the Legal Issues and Industry

Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation: 5 Things Every Plaintiff’s Lawyer Should Know


The Next Big Hit: Protecting and Exploiting (In a Good Way) Your Musician-Client's Intellectual Property


The Great Football Scandal Fix: Alabama vs. Georgia 1963


Cellphone Forensics:  Mobile Phone Spyware, Session 1

Cellphone Forensics: Mobile Phone Security for Attorneys, Session 2


Upcoming Webcasts

The Art of Advocacy (December 3)

Thurgood Marshall’s Coming (December 10)

Clarence Darrow: Crimes, Causes and the Courtroom (December 17)

Ben Franklin on Ethics (December 29)

Lincoln on Professionalism (December 29)

Upcoming Teleseminars
Live Teleseminar Replay: Attorney Ethics and Investigations (December 1)

Structuring Minority Interests in Businesses (December 2)

Live Teleseminar Replay: Ethics in Negotiations (December 3)

Estate Planning for Second Marriages (December 4)

Live Teleseminar Replay: Ethical Issues for Business Attorneys (December 5)

Live Teleseminar Replay: Ethics of Multi-Jurisdictional Practice (December 8)

Business Torts, Part 1 (December 9)
Business Torts, Part 2 (December 10)

Employment Separation Agreements (December 11)

Attorney Ethics and the Use of E-mail in Law Practice (December 12)

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

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