The South Carolina Bar Senior Lawyers Division is the section of the South Carolina Bar which all Bar members who are at least 60 years of age shall be members.
- Continue to conduct a seminar, reception and Executive Council meeting in conjunction with the S.C. Bar Convention.
- Arrange for members to be sworn in to practice before the United States Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces in Washington, D.C.
- Continue to encourage active participation in the Supreme Court of S.C. Lawyer Mentoring program.
- Continue to coordinate with local county bar associations on participating and promoting the Law Day Essay Contest. In addition, each statewide essay winner will be recognized and presented with a monetary contribution, medal and certificate, with the overall winner to be acknowledged at the S.C. Bar Convention.
- Continue to coordinate efforts with the USC School of Law Pro Bono program by promoting and participating in the S.C. Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts project, E-Help at your Desk and a variety of other potential programs.
- Continue to promote participation in the Center for International Legal Studies program in cooperation with law faculties in Eastern Europe and the former republics of the Soviet Union.
- Continue to explore travel destinations for members of the Division.
- Continue to support and recognize the Nifty Fifty Honorees.
- Continue to host a Fall Symposium to include networking opportunities and an educational seminar.
- Identify and pursue methods to successfully market and enhance the benefits of being a member of Division.
- Provide regional networking opportunities for members of the Division.
- Produce an electronic newsletter to be distributed through the Division listserv and posted on the Bar website.
- Conduct statewide programs on topics to include but not limited to, competency issues, succession plans, health and retirement, technology, etc.
- Explore possible status change and license fee reduction for senior lawyers and retired judges within the S.C. Bar.