About The Series
The Charleston School of Law Professionalism Series presents students with real-world insight into the role of professionalism in the field of law. Guest speakers represent a wide range of well-respected judges and practicing attorneys. Practitioners and judges are welcome to attend any of the lectures in the series.
For information on the Professional Series requirements for graduation, please see the law school’s 2018-2019 Attendance Policy below
There are at least six (6) lectures per semester. To fulfill a graduation requirement and to receive credit for attending the professionalism series, students must attend eighteen (18) lectures. The School of Law will record attendance by Student Affairs staff scanning students’ ID cards prior to each lecture. Any student who arrives more than ten (10) minutes late for the program will not receive credit for attending. A student may leave a program no more than fifteen (15) minutes before their next scheduled class. It is a potential Honor Code violation to sign the attendance form for the lecture and leave, outside of the exception above. Actual attendance at the lectures is mandatory.
Students may check their attendance on CSOL Access. Students are responsible for keeping track of the number of programs they attend. There will be no reminder emails or letters sent out to students regarding their lecture attendance.
Fall 2018 Professionalism Series
November 14 – 385 Meeting Street, Room B333 – 12:00pm (Noon) – Justice John Few, South Carolina Supreme Court