Volume 68 Editorial Board

The South Carolina Law Review is proud to announce the official masthead for Volume 68. Welcome and congratulations to the new members and Editors! We are looking forward to producing one of our best Volumes yet.


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Follow Along With Symposium via Simulcast!

Symposium 2016 begins tonight with a Keynote Address at 6 pm at the South Carolina Alumni Center (900 Senate Street, Columbia, SC 29201). Then tomorrow at 9:45 we will reconvene for three informative panels and Friday’s keynote address! You don’t want to miss these great speakers, so please follow along online even if you are not able to attend! We hope to see you there!


Keynote Address (6-7 PM)



Panel 1, “The Science Behind Cyber Attacks” (9:45-11 AM)


Panel 2, “The Legal Framework Surrounding Cyber Attacks” (11:15 AM-12:30 PM)


Friday Keynote Address: “Looking Out for Drones: Law and Regulation on the Horizon 2016” (2-2:30 PM)


Panel 3, “Practice-Specific Concerns Regarding Cyber Attacks” (2:45-4 PM)


2016 Symposium is Coming!

Symposium 2016

The South Carolina Law Review is proud to announce 2016’s Law Review Symposium, entitled Cyber Attacks & Civil Liability, which will be February 4-5. This year, the guest speakers and panelists will be discussing a host of novel and relevant issues related to cyber security and its intersection with the law.

The event will begin at 6:00 pm on Thursday, February 4th, with a keynote address by Roy Wyman, a partner in the Nashville office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP.

On Friday, February 5th, there will be 3 panel discussions and a keynote address presented by Jill Bronfman from the University of California Hastings College of Law. The first panel discussion is entitled “The Science Behind Cyber Attacks”, followed by “The Legal Framework Surrounding Cyber Attacks”, and following the lunch break the final panel will discuss “Practice-Specific Concerns Regarding Litigation of Cyber Attacks”. We are extremely excited about this event as it promises to offer timely discussions of many current issues that have vast implications on cyber attacks and civil liability.

For anyone who would like to attend, please click HERE. The 2016 Symposium has been approved for 5.25 hours of CLE credit.
Below is the full schedule:

Volume 67 Editorial Board and Staff

The South Carolina Law Review is proud to announce the official masthead for the Editorial Board and Staff of Volume 67. Welcome to the new Editorial Staff! We will look forward to showing you the ropes this upcoming year!

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South Carolina Law Review 2015 Symposium

Correct Symposium Poster

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Volume 66 Editorial Staff

The South Carolina Law Review proudly welcomes the following new members:

Courtney Bowie
Caroline Gimenez
Katie Ramseur
Charles Buist
Shanon Green
Andrew Rawl
Marshall Crane
Chase Keibler
Austin Reed
Richard Davis 
Jonathan LeCompte
 Jennie Rischbieter
Emily Dobson 
 Dillon McDougald
Robert I. Smith, III
Colton Driver 
Keegan B. Miller
Chris Toner
Mary Cothonneau Eldridge
Anna Lynn Moore
Meredith Weisler
Katherine Flynn
 Wesley Moran
Alexandra Williams
Chelsea Gallagher
Alicia Denise Petit
William H. Yarborough
Kayla M. Porter

Volume 66 Editorial Board & Staff

The South Carolina Law Review is proud to announce the Editorial Board for Volume 66:

Spring 2014 Alumni Cocktail

On Task?: Expanding the Boundaries of Legal Education

Publication Announcement

Volume 65, Book 4
Summer 2014

The Board of Editors of the South Carolina Law Review would like to congratulate the following students whose manuscripts were selected for publication in this summer’s Survey of South Carolina Law:

Noah Glen Allen
Financial Disclosures and Fist-Fighting:
“Disorderly Behavior” in the South Carolina General Assembly
Brigid Benincasa
Protecting Our Children:
A Reformation of South Carolina’s Homicide by Child Abuse Laws
 Benjamin Dudek
Rebutting the “Strong Presumption of Reliability” for Effective Assistance:
The Pursuit of Cumulative Analysis for Strickland Claims in South Carolina
Jacob Henerey
Where Have You Been?:
Your Phone Knows (and So Might the Police)
Jennifer Jokerst
Let the Sun Shine:
Reforming South Carolina’s Freedom of Information Act to
Promote Transparency and Open Government
Todd R. Lyle
Phantom Damages and the Collateral Source Rule:
How Recent Hyper-Inflation in Medical Costs Disturbs South Carolina’s
Application of the Collateral Source Rule
 James Sterling
Remote Sales and Use Tax Law:
How Proposed Law Will Impact South Carolina
John Furman Wall, IV
The Veterans Treatment Court Program Act:
South Carolina’s Opportunity to Provide Services for Those Who Have Served
Samantha R. Wilder
The Road Paved with Gravel:
The Encroachment of South Carolina’s Judiciary Through Legislative Judicial Elections
Stephen Harrison Williams
Consumers and Remedies:
Do Limitation of Liability Clauses Do More Harm Than Good?

Additionally, the following essays and case comments will appear in Volume 65’s Fourth Circuit Survey:

Preemption and United States v. South Carolina:
Undermining Our Nation’s Border and the Constitution’s Border Between State and
The Honorable George E. Campsen, III
Chairman, Senate Fish, Game, & Forestry Committee
South Carolina Senate
Blurred Lines:
Distinguishing Between Procedural and Substantive Rules for Purposes of Retroactivity on Collateral Review
Ryan C. Grover
B.A., Wofford College; J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law;
Law Clerk, Senior U.S. District Judge Henry M. Herlong, Jr.
Weakening the “Ripeness Trap” for Federal Takings Claims:
Sansotta v. Town of Nags Head and Town of Nags Head v. Toloczko
Michael B. Kent, Jr.
B.A., University of Alabama; J.D., University of Georgia School of Law;
Associate Professor of Law, Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law
To Lien Strip or Not to Lien Strip:
Fourth Circuit Blesses Controversial “Chapter 20” Valueless Lien Stripping in
In re Davis
Timothy M. Todd, Jr.
B.S., M.S., Liberty University; J.D., Liberty University School of Law; Assistant Professor of Law, Liberty University School of Law
Observations on MacDonald v. Moose
Kevin C. Walsh
A.B., Dartmouth College; M.A., University of Notre Dame; J.D., Harvard Law School;
Associate Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law

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