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Briefly… The International Academy of Trial Lawyers has re-elected Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough partner Bruce Shaw to a third term on the board of directors and a second term on the budget and finance committee.Shaw practices in the areas ...

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The Charleston chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates recently elected new officers. Thomas J. Willis will serve as president, Susan C. Rosen will serve as president-elect, M. Dawes Cook Jr. will be vice president and George J. Kefalos ...

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Does a J.D. need an MBA? Maybe not (access required)

I was recently asked by an interviewer if, as a lawyer who holds an MBA, I would recommend that other lawyers follow the same path. My answer was, “Not really,” which surprised him. However, except in unusual circumstances (as when ...

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Briefly… Sallie S. Holder has returned to the Greenville office of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart as an associate, limiting her practice to labor and employment law. Holder concentrates her practice in management-side employment litigation, including defending against employee ...

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