the fine print* one minute brief - february 2017

IN ADDITION TO GREAT OYSTERS, CHILI, AND CONVERSATION, ONE LUCKY ATTENDEE WILL GO HOME WITH THIS OYSTER SHUCKER, ONE OF ONLY TWO MADE FROM THE WOOD OF A 150 YEAR OLD LIVE OAK, REMOVED FROM THE HISTORIC HORSESHOE IN 2013. THE SHUCKER WAS GENEROUSLY DONATED BY 1973 ALUMNUS MICHAEL OWENS.

ABA President Linda Klein and Leigh Bradley, former general counsel at the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, were just two of the national experts who came to the law school in December to improve access to justice for veterans. At least one new initiative may have come out of it, and it could be happening right here at South Carolina Law.

Sarah Leverette (right) sat down in the StoryCorps mobile studio with her friend (and Dean Wilcox's wife) Lisa to share her career path after becoming one of the School of Law's first female graduates in 1943.

On Jan. 27, the Moot Court team donated more than 70 blankets to the Columbia Police Department. Officers will carry the blankets in patrol cars to distribute to the homeless.

BLSA's annual Martin Luther King Jr. panel discussion looked toward the future with a strong spirit of positivity, even as they acknowledged the complex dilemmas facing our state and nation today.

BLSA's annual banquet will be held on March 30 in Columbia. Tickets are available now.

Seminars are free to attend and will be held from 8 - 9 am at the School of Law Auditorium on the following Thursdays: February 16 & 23 and March 2, 16 & 23.

Two federal court hearings were held at the School of Law in January, giving students a unique opportunity to observe and ask questions to the judges and lawyers involved.

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