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Judge Stops Layoff of Tenured Professor at Charleston Law

Judge Stops Layoff of Tenured Professor at Charleston Law Summary: A judge has ruled that a tenured Charleston Law professor may keep her job at the school. The professor previously filed a lawsuit against the school. Judge R. Markley Dennis, a Charleston-area judge, has stopped the Charleston School of…>read more

No Comment August 5, 2015

Charleston Aftermath: Forgiveness

Charleston Aftermath: Forgiveness Summary: How Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church has responded to the shooting. With the logic of racial relations making abrupt steps and progressions through seemingly random events in popular media – with every black youth slain by a police officer,…>read more

No Comment June 22, 2015

Details about Victims, Shooter in Charleston Massacre Emerge

Details about Victims, Shooter in Charleston Massacre Emerge Summary: Nine people died in a racially motivated shooting on Wednesday in Charleston, South Carolina. Now, details about the victims and the shooter behind the murders are beginning to circulate. On Wednesday, 9 people were shot in a horrific attack…>read more

No Comment June 19, 2015

Charleston Law May Not Accept New Class in the Fall

Charleston Law May Not Accept New Class in the Fall Summary: Faced with a scant budget, the Charleston School of Law in Charleston, South Carolina, may not accept a new class next year. According to Charleston Business, the Charleston School of Law may not be accepting an incoming class for…>read more

No Comment May 7, 2015

Restaurants Around the USA – Charleston

Restaurants Around the USA – Charleston Summary: Here are some restaurants that I frequent when I visit Charleston, South Carolina. Next time you visit, you should give them a try. As I was thinking of restaurants for Charleston I realized two things: 1) there SO MANY…>read more

No Comment February 23, 2015

Charleston Fast Food Workers Arrested, Cause Major Traffic Jam in Charleston

Charleston Fast Food Workers Arrested, Cause Major Traffic Jam in Charleston Summary: Fast food workers demanded a $15 hourly wage on Thursday in Charleston, South Carolina. The group blocked traffic, forcing police to get involved. Eighteen protestors were arrested. The Huffington Post reports that Charleston, South Carolina was the site of…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2014

Pennsylvania’s Babst Calland Adds Four Partners in Charleston

Pennsylvania’s Babst Calland Adds Four Partners in Charleston Summary: Babst Calland adds four new partners in Charleston office. The Pittsburgh-based law firm of Babst Calland announced this week that four well-established West Virginia attorneys have joined the firm’s office in downtown Charleston. While Timothy Miller moved over from…>read more

No Comment August 26, 2014

Nelson Mullins Representing Kanawha County Pro Bono

Nelson Mullins Representing Kanawha County Pro Bono The Kanawha County Commission will be represented by Nelson Mullins in a pro bono effort to remove Mark Plants as the prosecuting attorney, according to The Charleston Gazette. Melissa Foster Bird is the attorney from Nelson Mullins who has taken…>read more

No Comment August 5, 2014

Altman Weil Announces Law Firm Merger Numbers

Altman Weil Announces Law Firm Merger Numbers According to a report from Altman Weil, 39 law firm mergers were announced in the United States so far in 2014. This matches the pace of 2013, according to The Am Law Daily. The majority of mergers so far in…>read more

No Comment July 3, 2014

Palmetto 200–Race Recap

Palmetto 200–Race Recap Well hey there! Yes, I am still alive! I had such a great time running the Palmetto 200 this weekend and I'm excited to share our experience with you all! Our race took about 31.5 hours, so I won't be recapping…>read more

22 Comments April 1, 2014

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