S.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Division
January 28, 2015

Military Divorce Handbook: A Practical Guide to Representing Military Personnel and Their Families, Second Edition
by Mark E. Sullivan
This comprehensive resource covers all facets of representing service members and their spouses in divorce. Drawing on his decades of practice, Mark E. Sullivan offers clear explanations of key issues, such as the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) and military retirement benefits. 

Only seven copies remaining in inventory. First come, first served. To order please call Kristie Haustovich at 803-771-0333/800-768-7787, ext 126.  The cost is $150 per copy, plus tax and shipping and handling.

The Legal Ethics and Practice Program (LEAPP) is a collaborative effort between the Office of Disciplinary Counsel of the SC Supreme Court and the Professional Responsibility Committee and CLE Division of the SC Bar.

Choose from these schools listed below:
(all four can be selected)

Law Office Management (February 9)

Advertising School (February 9)

Ethics School (February 10)
*limited to 24 attendees

Trust Account School (February 11)

by Paula G. Benson 
This revised Third Edition thoroughly discusses all aspects of legal research unique to South Carolina. It sets out citation forms specific to South Carolina resources and is the manual prescribed in Rule 268 of the South Carolina Appellate Court Rules.

South Carolina Foreclosure Law Manual, 2014 Supplement

by Susan B. Berkowitz, Janet B. Haigler, Andrew S. Radeker
The 2014 Supplement includes updates to Chapter 2 relating to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Servicer’s Requirement, case law updates to Chapter 6 through December 3, 2014 and updates to Chapter 7 through November 3, 2014.

by Miller W. Shealy Jr. and Margaret M. Lawton
Already own Criminal Procedure for South Carolina Practitioners?
This Supplement includes case law updates through September 1, 2014.



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.


South Carolina Nonprofit Corporate Practice Manual, Second Edition
by Burnet R. Maybank III, Prof. James R. Burkhard, Jeanne M. Born, Melissa Wheeler Dunlap, Prof. Jaclyn A. Cherry

The South Carolina Law of Torts, 2014 Cumulative Supplement by John S. Nichols and E. Scott Moise

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


New On Demand Release
Greetings from Mayberry: Gentle Lessons on Ethics and Professionalism

Recent On Demand Releases
Winning at Trial featuring Shane Read

2014 South Carolina Tax Update

2014 Family Court Bench Bar

Whipping Up Some Justice: Tips for Great Hummus and Pimento Cheese Dips and Tips to Avoid Legal Malpractice

A Review of the 2013-2014 U.S. Supreme Court Update

How to Get Paid… In Probate Court

Upcoming LIVE Teleseminars
Replay: Incentive Trusts in Estate Planning: Promise and Peril (January 29)

Replay: Attorneys and Conflicts with Their Clients
Part 1
 (January 29)
Part 2 (January 30)

Live Teleseminar: Ethics, Disqualifications & Sanctions (January 30)

Replay: Opinion Letters in Transactions Involving LLCs and S Corps (February 2)

Replay: Limitations on Closely Held Company Owners – Business Opportunities and Non-Competes (February 2)

Live Teleseminar: Estate Planning for Digital Assets (February 3)

Replay: Planning with Special Needs Trusts (February 3)

Live Teleseminar: Buying & Selling Partnership/LLC Interests – Economic, Management & Tax Issues (February 4)

Replay: Incentive Compensation in LLCs and Partnerships (February 4)

Upcoming Webcast
South Carolina Nonprofit Corporate Update (February 5)

In the Best Interest of the Child: 2015 GAL Training and Update (February 6)

Drafting Agreements for Separation and Divorce (February 12)

South Carolina Tort Law Update (February 13)

Ethics at the Speed of Light with Stuart Teicher AM Session (February 17)
PM Session (February 17)

Gain the Edge! Negotiation Strategies for Lawyers (February 19)

More programs, more topics!

We feature programs that run from 30 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.