South Carolina

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U.S. Supreme Court

Chief Justice Practices Special Master Diplomacy in Water Intervenor Dissent

Business of Law

Uncomfortable About Blowing Own Horn, Lawyer Talks About Electric Car in TV Ad

Law Schools

Furman Official Says Talk of New S.C. Law School Is Urban Legend

Legal Ethics

Can a Judge Have Facebook Friends? It Depends on What State They Work In

Constitutional Law

After AWOL Argentine Affair, Gov. Sanford Now Faces Ethics Charges Over Expenses

Legal Ethics

Office ID May Have Helped Asst. AG Beat Ticket—But He’s Out of a Job

Legal Ethics

Want to Update Your Avvo Listing? If So, Start Policing Client Comments, Opinion Says

Criminal Justice

Attorney Accused of Trying to Hire a Hit Man to Kill Another Lawyer

Tort Law

As He Fights Murder Charge, Entrepreneur Sues Ex-Wife, Lawyer

Criminal Justice

Mom Accused of Neglecting 555-Pound Son by Overfeeding Him

Legislation & Lobbying

S.C. Gov’s AWOL Argentine Affair Sparks Constitutional Discussions

Obituaries

S.C. Prosecutor Who Handled State’s Most ‘Notorious’ Cases Has Died at 40

Constitutional Law

Top S.C. Court Tells State Gov to Take $700M in Federal Stimulus Money

Internet Law

Federal Judge Grants Craigslist Injunction Against South Carolina AG

Internet Law

Craigslist Sues South Carolina AG in Showdown Over Erotic Services Ads

Banking Law

South Carolina Supreme Court Temporarily Bars Foreclosures

Careers

Lawyer Who Survived Hudson River Plane Landing Changes Careers

Careers

Prof’s Tragedy Inspires Law Grads to Seek Spirit of True Success

Evidence

More Hot Water for Michael Phelps: Sheriff May Charge Him Over Pipe Pic

Personal Lives

Early Return from NY Deposition Puts Attorney on Life-and-Death Plane Ride
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