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30 Transcript S.C. B. 1 (1986)

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House Members Are
Elected; Others To Be
Selected By Ballot
The IS uth Carolina itar's Itourd of Governors has received the
mait ittnher of tominating pelitions as there onr eligible vican-
its ftr tit First ntid Thitteenth Judicia Circiuit to the iliue of
Ihiti, tt. ltiosi individuals nominated are thus automatically
They at.:          lnt Circuit
Charle s It. ilarnwell   James i). Nanee
l3th Circuit
Therm i  (.0chraa        1. Dewey Oxner, Jr.
William T. Clnrk.        V. Clark Priee
I'u I . I lt  r, Jr.  Thomas W. Traxler
(rt Flint                 G. Edward Welmaker
John t. I iains. Jr.   Daniel B. White
ole Martin          IDavid II. Wilkins                                                           i'    5t

li lit.I 0WId Judicial Circuit. IItward P. King of Smtecr win
autointiallv. het. P cIli With oit vtiatcy still open and no further
1 ntminating pI-titimns sutmtitd hy 111c deadline, the Board of
(itvernrs will fill the position. It lIh 15th Judicial Circuit, Dalton
iItF1hnvd, ,Ir.. Jnda A'al0t, (1rite ilinia 1. Itu illo were
otulttlitally elited. The Board of (Governors will also fill thetin'
telllel                       Boar  wil rilitiig ls.
TIlere is tint' iut itf slate p.iiiit, soil tbe lItourd will fill this nisit.
ii !Ih Fift, Steventh. Ninth anti Eleveuth ludlicial Circuite, tre
n innting petitions than eligiile vacancies were receivei. IlallIots
will bev tniled on Feb. 5 tt all lawyers in these circuits, asking the n
I,  tt,' ftir the nIIum  r if I  hlegat',i Iistri ly the ftll'tvi  icircatit:
5th Circuit (27)
St   1 1, 1. Antastosion   Stephen G. Mlorrison
it lheritne It. Itarroll  J. Marvin Mullis. Jr.
William  I(ttyi, II      Peter I., Murphy
Jits li. tlrnileftird, Ill  Julian .. Nexsen
11,,rhert E. Ilut 1,11     Costa Ni. i'leietes
Gi 'hllnit s Cooper. I.   Alele ,1. Pope
Diviti C'. Eckstrom         Jun P. Popowski
F. Earl Ellis, Jr.          Terri Ilearn I'olls
Site C. Erwin               Jeter F. Rhodes, Jr.
lberrt F. Fuller           C. Joseph f.ltf
Arn i. Ftrr                 R. Iruce Shaw
Carlos W. Gibbian, Jr.     Ilowurd S. Shefitn
lIheritt W. Ilmiltitn     Jan S. Strifling
Robert I lnyne ildges    Ibibert J. Thomtants
Lawrenre W. iohnson, Jr.    Walter It. Todd, Jr.
J. Frank Moaning, Jr.       Milchell Willnughby
Kdwin I'. Marlin          Joseph A. Wilson, 11
7th Circuit (5)
Kciineth C. Anthony        Edwin C. Ilaskell, Ill
,luili  K. (hapin. ill     htliomn  A. Phillips
William U. Gunn             Wesley A. Stoddard
9th Circuit (12)
W. 11. loiady, ,r.          David C. Norttn
Su'an K. Iunn              Edmund It. Robinson
W. Foster Gtilltrd          Riarnd S. Rosen
Ilenry E Grimlil           Ifenry B. Smythe, Jr.
11ioinas A. Ilutchemon      lleidi Ni. Saomon
Iteese 1, ,Iye. Jr.         James A. Stuckey
Joseph S. hiendelsohn       Itradish J. Waring

I Ith Circuit (3)
.I. 1'ede Ilarrmll. IV  lonald V. lyers
II. Wayne Fli)d       Noncy Il. Young
talloits are It he returneIl by March 15.
Have You Paid
Your 1986
License Fee?

G. i)ewey Oxner, Jr. of Greenville and Gerald M. Finkel of Columbia nddress the Ilhtuse
oif lelegates at the Mid-Year Meeting on the matter of tort reform. Oxner anti Finkel art
members of the ad hoc Tort Legislation Committee which has been studying the isoue.
John llagins (at the top) and i. S. Leevy Johnson (far right) are also shown In the photo.
For n related story, see page 2.
Mid-Year Meeting Held

'ite Sotuth  Carolina liar
concluded n successful Mlid.
Year ieeting Jan. 10-12 at
Ililton I had Island with 42.t
lawyers, spouses and guests in
Partiipantas were able ht
obtain continuing legal
education credit and attend
various informational sessions
that included ftrmer American
Bar Association President
John C. Shepherd, South
Carolina Supreme Court Chief
Justice Julius B. Ness and
journalist Carl T. Rowan.
Ptrtions if Ness' remarks on
the State of the Judiciary ant
Itowat nit Terrorism will
appear in the next issue of The
'1re otening  session  on
Firiday included meetings of the
Board tif Governors anti Iotuse
of Delegates. A report on the

Bioard of Governors ay he
fiund elsewhere it this issue. A
summary o the litouse of
Delegates ins  filows:
House of Delegates Actions
*Approved  the  November
financial statement far the S.C.
Bi as presented by Treasurer
tJohn F. ,thnston of Greenville.
*Approved budgetary
adjustments to the 191+5r6 S. C.
Bar budget.
slleard a report on the status
of virious Bar activities at mid.
year from S. C. liar President I.
S. Leevy Johnson.
*ilecommended forwarding
to the S. C. Supreme Court a list
oi nominees to the Ctmmission
on  Continuing Lawyer
*Approved bylaws fur the
newly created Economics attd
Law Office Management

eApprod a     ll Its ,a it'.
for the  Famtily liti  t' litt
*Approved iiend,l I~  i t
for the (Corptration, Btacking
ant Securilies It.ow dion
sApprived a riittist frim lit.
Corporation, iBanking and
Securities Law     Sectito
allowing the Section to tli ft
before the l.egilnature   it
amendments lo tile Uniftrn
Limited t'artnerithip Act
s'a led  a  Itesoluti i  eit
furthering judicial patittii
lio in liar aclivitiem.
sTahlei  a Ib'teslutio  [hill
would proibit the exe tititn itf
an individual who cotnmits it
capital crime when under ig't
sTabled  a   itesolution  on
Protposed 'Fort Iegisnlation (at,.
story elsewhere in this inie).

Mock Trial Participation High

At the litle of this writing a
teacher training session for the
S. C. liar Mick       Trial
Conpetition was scheduled for
Feh. I at the S. C. Iepartmentf
Education's Rutledge ltiiing
in Columbia. The number (if
sctois participating is close tI
60. over twice the number of
schotls which competed last
Even though the number o
schools has increased dramnati.
rally, it is still only a fracton of
the total iiublic and private
high schools in the state, said
Patricia Pannell, University of

South Carolina School of law
student and trial coordiiator,
Greta L lrowder, n USC law
student who is also cordinat.
log the competition. said that
NIAI)i (Mothers Against
Drunk i)rivers) las volunteered
their efforts inn astatewide drive
to solicit last minute partieipa-
We've just about concluded
that if we can get n significant
number of additional schools
interested, we'll have a second
training  session before the
competition actually begins in

late February or early Mar.'b.
said Itowder.
,lamensI L.ybrand. thii1ti1tT
of the liar's Sibcoannittti o tin
Publlc Educntiin, iho it
directing the nmock trial f,r o
second year, is alsi  pleas,,l
with the Iticteaed reponti,
from the schools.
Interested teachers, siltti.
ifficials, or lawyers inn.
contact Nim. PannII tr him
llrowder at the S. C. Bar, I'. 0
Box 11039, Columbia, 291211
Tele: 799-66M3.

.1anuary, 198(fi

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