Zug on proposed "Pregnant Women's Protection Act"
In a recent article by the Associated Press about the SC Senate's proposed "Pregnant Women's Protection Act," Associate Professor Marcia Zug outlines some of the billŐs unintended consequences and weighs in on whether it may be constitutional.
Pam Robinson in the spotlight
Pam Robinson, the director of the law school's pro bono program, was recently profiled on the ABA Center for Pro Bono's blog. In it, Robinson discusses how the program was started, and why the "Bill of Rights" poster in her office was one of the smartest things she purchased.
Federalist Society wins honors
The School of Law's chapter of the Federalist Society was recently awarded the "Alexander Hamilton Most Improved Chapter Award" at the Federalist Society's Annual Student Symposium held in Gainesville, FL. Congratulations to Chapter President Alex Winston (pictured) and all members and officers of the organization.