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About the Seminar
This CLE will provide critical information to attendees on significant changes to military and veterans law, as well as information needed for those that represent service members and veterans in South Carolina. Attendees can also receive the required three hours of instruction needed to maintain accreditation with the VA.
Highlights OR What attendees will learn/take away:
Captains Ian Murphy and Breanne Phan will discuss the military sexual assault and domestic assault and changes to the military's treatment of these cases. Tom Andrews will then provide instruction on how best to represent these victims with their VA claims.
Stephens will cover, cursorily, the investigation and prosecution of various
sex crimes involving military members as accusers or as victims. The presentation would describe likely
scenarios, based on real cases, of allegations of sexual misconduct that
involve both military authorities and civilian agencies, how jurisdiction is
asserted by either the military or civilian courts - or both, and how the
interests of alleged victims are represented in military and civilian systems.
Quindlen is back to discuss family law issues that service members and veterans
will provide one hour of substance abuse and mental health instruction to meet
the Bar's biannual requirements.
Finally, Kenny Dojaquez will provide updates to VA law that highlight important new rules and case law to help attorneys get the most for their veteran clients.
· Attorneys in South Carolina and surrounding
states who are Active, Reserve, or National Guard JAG.
· Attorneys who represent Active, Reserve, or
National Guard service members in criminal or civil litigations.
· Attorneys who represent veterans and their
families with claims before the VA.
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Kenny Dojaquez, Esq - Carpenter Chartered - Columbia
Dorothy Edgerton, Esq
Office of the Staff Judge Advocate – Fort Jackson
Military Sexual Trauma and VA Claims
Thomas Andrews - Andrews Law Office, LLC – Columbia
VA Law Updates
VA Law Updates
Military and Family Law Updates
Mary Fran Quindlen, Esq - Quindlen Law Firm, P.A. - Beaufort
Let's Talk About Sex!
Jeffery Stephens - Quindlen Law Firm, P.A. - Beaufort
Representing Victims of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in the Army
CPT Breanne Phan - Special Victims’ Counsel – Fort Jackson, SC
CPT Ian Murphy - Administrative law Attorney – U.S. Army Central
Ethics, Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Michael Abro, South Carolina Bar
This seminar qualifies for 6.63 MCLE credit hours, including up to 1.0 SA/MH credit hour.
This seminar is an intermediate to Advanced level program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2023,please use this course code: 230743ADO.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2024,please use this course code: