COLUMBIA, S.C. – The SC Bar is collaborating with county libraries across the Palmetto State to offer a series of free sessions for the public on key legal topics. Called Law Talks, these events are designed to educate and provide general legal information on the topics such as landlord-tenant law, credit card debt, end-of-life issues, family law, wills and estates, and more.
Each session includes a 30–45-minute presentation followed by a question-and-answer session with a volunteer attorney. Nearly 70 attorneys have volunteered to participate in Law Talks statewide.
“We are excited to partner with libraries statewide to host these educational Law Talks,” said Cindy Coker, director of Public Services for the South Carolina Bar. “It is important for everyone to develop an understanding of the law and the legal system. We appreciate the willingness of our Bar members to give of their time and share their knowledge to make these events successful.”
Between September through November, there will be 70 sessions available statewide. See a list of upcoming Law Talk sessions at https://www.scbar.org/public/events-public/ or check out the SC Bar’s Facebook page.
The South Carolina Bar is a statewide organization dedicated to improving the legal profession, the law and the administration of justice for all South Carolinians. It serves more than 17,000 lawyer members and provides resources to educators and citizens of the Palmetto State. Learn more at www.scbar.org
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