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Lawyers Do More Than Try Lawsuits
They advocate for their clients, perform public service, serve on boards and commissions, hold public office and advise others in elected posts, teach in our educational institutions, and perform military service. Lawyers also provide free legalservices to those in need, to help ensure justice is not rationed but available to everyone. Read on for examples of lawyers in action.

Former Florence student named Young Lawyer of the Year (WBTW, April 29)

Agencies to observe Community Law Week with blood drives (WMBF, April 25)

Law School for Non-Lawyers (WSPA, March 11, 2014)

Free adoption fair coming to Lexington this weekend (Cola Daily, March 6, 2014)

Lawyers help homeless move forward (Columbia Star, February 28, 2014)

Hemingway High School receives S.C. Bar project grant (SCNow.com, February 25, 2014)

Dent Middle School wins mock congressional hearing (Columbia Star, January 24)

Dorman High School student wins essay contest (Spartanburg Herald Journal, January 23)

Berkeley High teens gain public speaking skills, confidence in mock trial competition (The Post and Courier, February 22, 2014)

Carolina Forest area mock trial teams arguably the best (My Horry News, January 22)

Cinderella Project makes dreams come true (Aiken Standard, February 20, 2014)

Carolina Forest High School wins mock congressional competition (WBMF, January 19)

Help Cinderella Get to the Ball (Times and Democrat, January 18)

Help Cinderella Get to the Ball (Columbia Star, January 17)

Getting Them Ready for the Ball (The State, January 17)

S.C. Bar Young Lawyers hosting free adoption fair in Charleston (Moultrie News, January 15, 2014)

Lawyers do more than try lawsuits; they advocate for their clients, perform public service, serve on boards and commissions, hold public office and advise others in elected posts, teach in our educational institutions, and perform military service.
 
 
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