Live Webcast: A User’s Guide to South Carolina Criminal Practice: The 2021 Pandemic Edition Featured Event
Friday, January 08, 2021
Live Webcast: A User’s Guide to South Carolina Criminal Practice: The 2021 Pandemic Edition
Looking for a one-stop-shop to address all your “practicing in a pandemic” concerns? Look no further! The SC Bar CLE Division is excited to bring to you this Criminal Law CLE highlighting how to navigate the judicial system with new precaution. We have gathered insight from Court Administration officials, judges, clerks, prosecutors, defense attorneys, law enforcement, and more.
This special seminar also features an important and powerful panel discussion, analysis of the social justice issues brought into sharp focus by the George Floyd and Breonna Taylor tragedies. Our distinguished panel of practicing attorneys, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott, and USC Law Professor Seth Stoughton will explore how law enforcement, the judicial system, corrections, and especially lawyers can strive for and achieve a broader degree of understanding, tolerance, ethical practice, and social justice as they better understand and implement enhanced norms for behavior and compassion in our often troubled times. This panel presentation has been approved for LEPR credit for its focus on the elimination of bias in the legal profession, which includes instruction designed to educate lawyers on the recognition, identification, prevention, and elimination of bias in the legal setting. Don't miss out! Sign up now.
This seminar is a basic to intermediate program.
This program qualifies for 5.5 MCLE; 1.5 LEPR
SC Supreme Commission on CLE Course #210750ADO
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