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11 S.C. B. News 1 (1999-2000)

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VOL, - 1,NO. I

INSIDE
Bar Bytes':
11
Board of Governors:
2
Calendar:
29
Chatting with the Bar:
21
Classifieds:
30, 31
Ethics Advisory
Opinions:
10
Firm Announcements:
6, 7,8, 9
Judicial Advisory
Opinions:
18
Random Thoughts:
20
Risk Management:
26
Souh
H Ill Carolina
Bar

Kelly installed as 1999-
2000 Bar president
D. Michael Kelly was installed as presi-
dent of the South Carolina Bar during the
Annual Meeting in Myrtle Beach.
Kelly is the managing shareholder in
Suggs & Kelly Lawyers, P.A., which has
offices in Columbia, Florence and Myrtle
Beach. He has been an active member of
the Bar since 1977.
During his tenure, Kelly will continue to
implement recommendations collected dur-
ing a series of 1998 Citizens Summits, as well
as develop LRE materials.
Kelly also plans to explore alternative
ways for South Carolina lawyers to receive
their CLE hours and strengthen the Bar's
input on court decisions that affect the legal
profession.
He will play host to the National High
School Mock Trial Championship, which

ikhe Kell, wihl sons Alac and Paliich, being
sworn in as Bar Pnsident b), C/ief fs/ice Thin.
will be held in Columbia May 11-14, 2000.
More than 1,000 high school studeiut, teach-
ers, coaches and observers are expected to
participate in the' national competition.
Kelly, who is a graduate of the USC
School of Law, served as president of the
Bar's Young Lawyers Division in 1985,
Kelly is currently chair of the Board of
Directors of Palmetto Legal Services. He is
also the chair of the USC School of Law
Building Campaign.

Histoical Society Colloquium to focus on

Religious Freedom in America
The South Carolina Supreme Court         Speak
Historical Society has planned its second  Friedman,
annual Colloquium. The event will be held  William
September 17 in Charleston. This year's focus  Professor J
will be Religious Freedom in America.     Law; Wate
The annual meeting of the Society will be  A liroi); 1
Thursday, September 16 at the Riviera     of Charles
Theater. Judge John T. Noonan Jr., 9th    Richard G
Circuit Court of Appeals justice and author of  Topics
the best-selling book The Lustre of Our Couniy.  gious free
The Amerian Erpn7nce ofR;iious Fredom, will  Constitutic
be tie keynote speaker.                  religious ft
The Colloquium program will be held at  developmc
the College of Charleston. Registration will  andJewish
begin at 8:30 a.m. and is open to the public.  For m
The program offers CLE credit.            Division at

ers include: Professor    Leon
Hofstra Law School; Professor
Van Alstyne, Duke University;
ames Undewood, USC School of
r B. Edgar, author of Souh Camlbina.
Professor Bernard Powers, College
ton, author of Black Chadslonians,
ergel; and Robert Rosen.
will cover the development of reli-
dora in the South Carolina State
ii and Laws; the development of
eedom in South Carolina; and the
lit of the African American church
faith in South Carolina.
ore information, contact the CLE
(803) 771-0333.

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