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Do you know Nolo®?
Here’s your chance to learn about a great online resource, Nolo®. As often happens, I have to give props to techno.la for reminding me of this invaluable resource via one of their recent posts.
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The South Carolina Supreme Court approves Self-Represented Litigant Simple Divorce Packet.
Click here to view the ORDER and here for the forms.
The packets were created by the South Carolina Access to Justice Commission, SC Bar and SC Legal Services; developed with Court Administration and CFS Project; and approved by the Family Court Judges Advisory Committee.
The packet is also available on the “Self-Help Resources” tab on the SCJD homepage.
These forms are FREE and may be downloaded at no cost.
FREE PUBLIC INTEREST LAW SCHOOL?
In August 2009 the University of California, Irvine School of Law will open to its first class of students. Below are a few quotes and a video from the website that indicate the innovative direction the school plans to take.
Instilling public service values will be at the core of our mission.
The University of California, Irvine School of Law is in the process of raising significant scholarship money to support our founding class of 60 students. We currently expect to offer full-tuition scholarships to most, if not all, students from our first entering class.
We wish them the best and look forward to welcoming a new “crop” of public interest attorneys.
Thanks to Mommy Banker for sharing this story.