SC Lawyer, May 2005, #1. Bar News - May 2005.

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SC Lawyer, May 2005, #1.

Bar News - May 2005

South Carolina Lawyer May 2005

Bar News - May 2005Bar leadership to meet May 13 in Greenville

The Board of Governors will meet at 10 a.m. and the House of Delegates will meet at 12 noon on May 13 at the Poinsett Club at 807 E. Washington St. in Greenville. Items scheduled to be discussed include reciprocal admission options, the Task Force on Court Appointments report, the Family Court Financial Privacy Act and licensing of foreign legal consultants. There will be also be a swearing-in ceremony for new Board members and officers followed by a reception at the home of President-elect Daniel B. White at 24 Sirrine Dr. in Greenville.

Address changes needed by June 1

Changes of address, phone numbers and e-mail addresses must be received by June 1 to be reflected in the 2005-2006 edition of the Lawyers Desk Book. The Court considers the Bar to be the primary source of attorney information, and any address changes made only with the Supreme Court or Commission on CLE are not reflected in the South Carolina Bar database. Send changes to Membership Services, South Carolina Bar, P.O. Box 608, Columbia, SC 29202 or to

Dance your way into the new year by getting involved with a Bar committee!

Bop on over to the jukebox insert in this issue to see what committees get you all shook up. Nearly all committees are filled by appointment of the president-elect, and terms are for one year. So, wake up little Susie, strap on those blue suede shoes and get moving! Bar committees will start rocking 'round the clock July 1. It's easy to become involved, so don't be cruel - serve on a Bar committee! For more details, see inside or call (803) 799-6653 or e-mail

Commission on CLE now accepting applications for specialization

The S.C. Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization is accepting applications for original certification in each of its four specialization fields: taxation law, estate planning and probate law, employment and labor law and bankruptcy and debtor-creditor law. Applications and standards and procedures for each field can be found at All applications must be submitted no later than May 15. For more information, contact the Commission at (803) 799-5578 or...

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