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6 S.C. B. News 1 (1994-1995)

handle is hein.barjournals/socarbn0006 and id is 1 raw text is: THE NEWSLE1ER OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA BAR

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Rutledge Young Installed as New Bar President
J. Rutledge Young Jr., a      education, law                     small firm practitioners by devel.
partner in Young, Clement, Rivers  enforcement and    (              oping a resource center and
and Tisdale in Charleston, was   the community.        .-.           expanding the services that are
installed as the 1994-95 president  This group will                  available to keep lawyers abreas
of the South Carolina Bar during  provide input on                   of the changes in technology.
the Annual Meeting, held in June  state justice                      Young also will continue efforts t
in Hilton Head.                  system issues,   |                  promote pro bono legal services
Topping the list of Young's   such as court                      throughout South Carolina, seek
priorities for the year are plans to  system funding                 improvements in the way lawyer
promote the establishment of a    and the court backlog,             in the state are disciplined and
ctate justice commission made up     During his tenure, Young plans  ease the court appointment
of representatives from business,  to continue assistance to solo and  burden.

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Inside
SC Bar News
Annual Meeting Awards,
News: 6, 7
Annual Meeting Scenes: 8
Chief Justice Chandler's
Remarks to YLD: 12
Chatting with the Bar- 24
Classifieds: 30, 31
CLE Calendar: 29
Committee, Section
Reports: 22, 23
County Bar News: 9
Firm Announcements- 4, 5
Index to Advertisers: 20
Judicial Advisory
Opinions: 26
Lawyer Referral Service
News: 14
LRE News: 20
New Bar Foundation
Officers, Board: 11
Nominating Committee
to Meet: 2
Random Thoughts: 10
YLD Update- 18

Morris D. Rosen Receives DuRant Award

Morris D.
Rosen, a partner
in Rosen, Rosen
& Hagood in
Charleston, re-
ceived the 1994
DuRant Distin-
guished Public
Service Award
at the Bar's Annual Meeting in June.
Rogen, a past president of the
South Carolina Bar and the state
Municipal Attorneys Association, has
been practicing law in Charleston for
47 years. According to those who
nominated him for the award, Rosen
has devoted his life to the se-vice of
his profession and, through his pro-
fession, the pursuit of justice.
I can think of no other lawyer
in South Carolina who is more
deserving of the DuRant Dista-
guished Public Service Award, noted
Sol Blatt Jr., Senior United States
District Judge. I have never known
a lawyer who is more respected by
his peers, who has more legal ability
and who conducts himself in every

undertaking in the very highest
ethical standard.
Rosen's past legal work includes
serving as the Charleston County
Attorney for Veteran Affairs and
Corporation Counsel for the City of
Charleston. He has also served as
the president of the Charleston
County Bar Association. The Univer-
sity of South Caroiina law school
graduate recently completed a term
on the Bar's Judicial Qualifications
Committee and received the Com-
pleat Lawyer Award this year.
The DuRant Award was estab-
lished with the Bar Foundation by
the family of the late Charlton Du-
Rant, a popular lawyer who prac-
ticed in Manning for 56 years and
was a state senator and special
associate justice of the South Caro-
lina Supreme Court. Because the
nomination is made by professional
peers and the selection of the winner
is made by the Foundation's Board of
Directors, the DuRant Award has
become one of the most prestigious
formal recognitions within the Bar.

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