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Columbia lawyer Amy Hill featured in video series

October 17, 2011

COLUMBIA (Oct. 17, 2011)—The South Carolina Bar has launched a series of brief videos featuring South Carolina lawyers. The videos present a glimpse into the lives of lawyers and their commitment to their clients and the community.

Columbia lawyer Amy Hill appears in the series. All the lawyers featured in the videos come from diverse backgrounds and practice areas. Each relates his or her story about how they use their own experiences combined with their legal training to provide assistance, insight and empathy to the individuals they serve. To learn more about Amy, “like” the Bar on Facebook (www.facebook.com/southcarolinabar).

“Too often the legal profession is attacked, which can undermine the public’s trust of the legal system and the rule of law that is fundamental to our country. These videos portray who South Carolina lawyers really are and should restore some balance to the public’s perceptions,” said Bar President Marvin Quattlebaum. “They have the added benefit of exposing those considering a legal career to various practice areas and aspects of being a lawyer.”

One video is being shared each week through the Bar’s website, Facebook page and e-mail newsletter. All videos are housed on the Bar’s YouTube channel. 

Other attorneys featured in the videos include Andrew W. Arnold of Greenville, Barbara Chesley of Columbia, Alex Evins of Spartanburg, C. Allen Gibson Jr. of Charleston, Pat Henry of Myrtle Beach, Zandra Johnson of Greenville, Mike Kelly of Columbia, Melissa Maddox-Barnes of Charleston, Keri Olivetti of Hilton Head, Rep. Tommy Pope of Rock Hill, Barbara M. Seymour of Columbia, Carl L. Solomon of Columbia and Tasha Thompson of Florence.

To access the videos and follow their release, please visit:
www.youtube.com/southcarolinabar
www.facebook.com/southcarolinabar
www.scbar.org


The South Carolina Bar, which has a membership of more than 13,500 lawyers, is dedicated to advancing justice, professionalism and understanding of the law.

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