HEAR YE, HEAR YE,
RULE 608 HAS BEEN AMENDED!
With recent changes to Rule 608, the SC Access to Justice Commission and the SC Bar Convention staff met and decided to add a session reviewing the changes.
If you are already attending the SC Bar Convention, please consider adding this to your list of MUST ATTEND sessions. If you are not already planning to attend, you may wish to reconsider!
There is an excellent panel that will present on the history of Rule 608, the recent changes, the effect of these changes on the SC Commission on Indigent Defense, and perspectives from the SC Legislature. The session will be moderated by Richard Willis of Bowman and Brooke LLP.
Pre-registration is requested.
Bowman and Brooke LLP is sponsoring a box lunch for attendees.
To pre-register please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bradish Waring, Chair of the SC Bar’s Rule 608 Task Force;
- Stuart Andrews, Vice-Chair of the SC Access to Justice Commission;
- Hugh Ryan, Deputy Director of the SC Commission on Indigent Defense; and
- Senator Gerald Malloy of the SC Senate and attorney member of the SC Commission on Indigent Defense.
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