The two co-owners of the Charleston School of Law announced more than two weeks ago that they could “not in good faith enroll another class.” Today they changed their minds.Read More »
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If the Charleston School of Law folds – a fate that many expect to befall the 12-year-old institution – it will etch out a dubious place in history as the first school accredited by the American Bar Association to go dark.Read More »
Attorney: Kay Paschal Location: Columbia Bar membership: Member since 1968 Disciplinary action: Suspended from the practice of law for three years on May 13, retroactive to the date of her interim suspension Background: From 1986 until 1997, Paschal represented a ...
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Employment lawyers may be recalibrating what it takes to get into federal court on a Title VII retaliation claim in the wake of a May 7 decision by a divided 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Employers have found sanctuary ...Read More »
BOSTON, Mass. – Attorneys are long accustomed to mining email for evidence. And recordings, text messages and location data from cellphones have increasingly played an important role in both criminal and civil trials. But now lawyers have to consider whether ...Read More »
After listening to an impassioned speech from the school’s first president, Richard Gershon, Twain Braden moved his family—his wife, four children and a dog—from Maine to South Carolina so he could be part of Charleston School of Law’s inaugural class. ...Read More »
A press release announcing the beginning of the end of the Charleston School of Law had been circulating on Twitter for more than an hour, but most, if not all, of the faculty members who had gathered on the gutted second floor of the BellSouth Building to hear their bosses speak were in the dark.
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