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Alan Bean to speak at
A lan Bean, a former NASA astronaut and
the fourth man to walk on the moon,
will speak at the Quality of Life seminar dur-
ing the 2004 Bar Convention, scheduled for
January 22-25 at Charleston Place.
Bean was selected as a NASA astronaut in
1963. During his 18-year career, he became
the Lunar Module Pilot on the Apollo 12 mis-
sion and commander of the Skylab Mission II,
which lasted 59 days and traveled 24.4 mil-
lion miles. His crew accomplished 150 per-
cent of their pre-mission goals, a record
unequaled even today.
While at NASA, Bean helped establish
11 world records in space and astro-
nautics. His numerous awards
include two NASA Distinguished
Service Medals and two Navy
Distinguished Service Medals.
During his presentation, Bean
will share 50-60 slides with the
audience. He says, I want
them to feel they are
looking  inside  the
hearts and minds of      -7 1 -7
the astronauts, scien-
tists and  engineers
who worked together
Alan Bean

2004 Bar Convention
as a team, took risks, extended the envelope
and made an impossible dream a reality, hop-
ing this insight will inspire them to realize
they can accomplish equally challenging goals
in their lives as well.
Also during the Convention, the Thursday
evening President's Welcome Reception will be
held among four downtown Charleston art gal-
leries including the Charleston Renais-sance
Gallery. The galleries are within walking dis-
tance, and guests will be free to rotate among
each party. Jack Swerling will lead the Criminal
Law Update again this year, and Jim Gray and
Mike Kelly will lead the Civil Law Update, last
year's new addition to the Convention. These
seminars, as well as the Family Law semi-
nar, will be attended by South Carolina's
family and circuit court judges. Mark
your calendars for January 22-25, and
watch for more Convention news
coming soon!

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January 22-25,
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and watch for more
Convention news
coming soonlij

E-Blast to be distributed twice weekly
B eginning in October, E-Blast, the Bar's agement tips and other news items that may
free weekly e-mail newsletter, will be dis- be of interest to attorneys. A Bar calendar is
tributed twice each week. Currently                  also included in the newsletter
it is e-mailed every Wednesday                            so that active members can
to all members who have                     i                easily keep track of section
their e-mail addresses reg-         la   st                   and/or committee meet-
istered  with  the Bar.                                       ings. A new feature to be
Starting soon, it will be                                      added is firm announce-
distributed every Tuesday                                     ments. In addition to
and Thursday.f                                             being published in South
E-Blast features Bar news items,                      Carolina Bar News and on the
the latest advance sheets opinions, upcoming  Bar's Web site, the latest firm  announce-
CLE seminars, technology and practice man-                   E-Blast continued on page 3.

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