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  • Second time's the charm

    Fifty years after donning academic regalia in his undergraduate commencement ceremony, Robert “Bob” Kilgo found himself dressed for the occasion once more last fall.

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  • A lifetime of service: Turnbull receives Order of Palmetto

    Lawyers Helping Lawyers Co-Director Robert Turnbull recently received the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina's highest civilian honor. Turnbull was recognized for his lifetime of service including more than two decades of assisting lawyers, judges and law students achieve well-being and a better quality of life in the practice of law.

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  • Sweet Justice Honey: Lawyer turns to the hives in pandemic

    When the COVID-19 pandemic kept most of us at home in 2020 and early 2021, some people took up baking, knitting or breadmaking as a hobby to pass the time and relieve stress. PamRobinson decided she wanted to take up beekeeping. It started with the idea of finding a hobby that would get her outside and turned into a fascinating learning experience with a vibrant community.

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  • The Class of ‘71 - Perseverance in a time of great change

    When Warren Moise, a trial lawyer at Grimball & Cabaniss in Charleston, decided to write The Class of ‘71: A Tale of Desegregation in Gamecock City, he knew it was a topic that should be preserved in history.

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  • Matthew Shelton, driving the crusade for safer roads

    Matthew Shelton of the 16th Circuit Solicitor’s Office has been named the 2021 National Traffic Safety Prosecutor of the Year by the National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators. Shelton was nominated for this award due to his outstanding and tireless work prosecuting impaired driving and vehicular homicide cases.

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