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17 S.C. B. News 1 (2005-2006)

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October 2005

Vol. 17, No. 1

Inside:
Bar Bytes
11
Bar Foundation News
12
Board of Governors
2
Calendar
29
Classifieds
30-31

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Legal community reaches out to
hurricane evacuees

Association, the South Carolina
Bar, other bar associations, law firms and indi-
vidual attorneys, the legal community has
come forth with offers of donations, housing
and office space for displaced lawyers affected
Memorial program to
members of the Bar
T he annual Memory Hold the Door
ceremony will be held Wednesday,
October 19, at the University of South
Carolina School of Law. Remarks will be
made by the Hon. Kaye Hearn, Chief Judge
of the S.C. Court of Appeals. During the cer-
emony, members of the Bar's Memory Hold
the Door Committee will present biographi-
cal sketches of each lawyer being honored.
This year's honorees are James C. Anders of
Columbia, Ralph Bailey of Greenville,
Wilburn Brewer Jr. of Columbia, the Hon.

From left to right: Cindy Turnipseed, Amy Landers, Sarah Clingman
and Joe Epting staff the Legal Services Room at the Evacuee
Relief Center in Columbia.

by this tragedy.
The S.C. Bar Young Lawyers Division first
responded by connecting with the ABA and
Legal community continued on page 4.
honor distinguished
Carol Conner of Columbia, Donald H.
Holland of Camden, James B. Pressley Jr. of
Greenville, the Hon. J. McNary Spigner of
Columbia, the Hon. John C. West of Hilton
Head and E. Lloyd Willcox of Charleston.
This annual memorial provides an oppor-
tunity for the Bar and law school faculty to
recognize and honor distinguished deceased
members of the South Carolina Bar and con-
tinue funding an endowment at the
University of South Carolina School of Law.
The event is open to the public.

n late August, Hurricane
Katrina struck the Gulf
Coast, causing major destruction
and flooding and forcing thou-
sands not only out of their
homes and workplaces, which in
many instances no longer exist,
but out of the states of Louisiana
and Mississippi. As with many
other communities, non-profit
organizations and businesses,
the response from the legal
community has been great and
widespread. Through programs
fostered by the American Bar

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