About the Program
Miller Shealy's hour consists of these reviews below:
- Immigration: Trump v. International Refuge Assistance Project
- Religion: Trinity Lutheran v. Comer
- Same sex marriage issues: Pavan v Smith
- Suing gov’t officials: Ziglar v Abbasi
- Free speech, hate speech issues: Matal v. Tam
- Social media and sex offenses: NC v. Peckingham
- Race and redistricting: Cooper v. Harris
- Schools and special ed students: Endrew v. Douglas County Schools
- Criminal Law: Nelson v. Colorado
- Insider Trading: Salman v. U.S.
- Civil Procedure: BNSF Railway v. Tyrrell, Bristol-Myers & Rubber Co. v. Superior Court, and Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. v. Haeger
- Jury issues: Pena-Rodriquez v. Colorado: racial comments by juror can invalidate verdict
Miller W Shealy, Jr.
Miller Shealy Law Firm
Professor Miller W. Shealy, Jr. (Charleston School of Law) teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, and seminars in the Law of the Sea and white collar crime. From 1985-1987, he was an Assistant Solicitor (state prosecutor) in the Fifth Circuit Solicitor's Office (Columbia, S.C.). From 1988 - 1995, he served in the South Carolina Attorney General's Office as an Assistant State Attorney General in the appeals division and a Section Chief of the Capital Litigation Unit. He argued over 200 cases before State appellate courts. He also briefed and argued Yates v. Evatt, 500 U.S. 391 (1991) (a capital case). From 1995-2005, he served in the Department of Justice as an Assistant United States Attorney where he coordinated a statewide corporate/investor fraud task force and served on the organized crime and drug enforcement task force (OCDETF). He was local counsel for the Department of Defense and the Department of Justice in the investigation and prosecution of suspected terrorists, Ali Seleh Kahlah al-Marri and Jose Padilla. Since 1995, he has taught at the National Advocacy Center of the Department of Justice on narcotics investigation, federal criminal practice and national security. He is the co-author of three books "Computer and Intellectual Property Crimes" (2003), "South Carolina Crimes: Elements and Defenses" (2009), and "Criminal Procedure for South Carolina Practitioners" (2011). He received both his J.D. and B.A. degrees from the University of South Carolina.
Jill C. Rothstein
Greenville County Sheriff's Office
Jill Rothstein, former Risk Management director of the SC Bar, now serves as both General Counsel to the Greenville County Sheriff’s office (the largest law enforcement agency in SC) and as special counsel to the Rothstein Law Firm where she is building a Risk Management and Ethics practice.
Jill is the president of the upstate’s Haynsworth/Perry Inn of Court, and is a former fellow of the National Institute of Teaching Ethics and Professionalism.
Jill lives in Greenville, hikes and kayaks whenever she can and would rather be outside than inside.
This seminar is Intermediate Level.
This seminar qualifies for 1.0 MCLE credit hour.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, please use this course code: 177914ADO