SC Bar to Offer Law Talk Series at Library
Beaufort County, SC – The Beaufort County Library (BCL), in collaboration with the South Carolina Bar, is co-hosting a Law Talk Series to be held at various library branches beginning in January and continuing through spring.
The Law Talk program is a legal education program designed to educate the public on their rights and responsibilities under SC law. The program is the result of a partnership between the SC Bar and SC public libraries. (The SC Bar sponsors the Law Talk program, while libraries host the sessions.)
While the Law Talk program is free and open to the public, registration is encouraged. Each Law Talk session is presented by a VOLUNTEER SC licensed attorney or judge and lasts approximately one hour and provides a general overview of a legal topic.
For more information on Law Talk Series or other BCL programs/events, please contact Theresa Furbish, Programs and Events Librarian, at 843-255-6442 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the most current listing of Beaufort County Library events, please visit the Library’s Event Calendar at https://www.beaufortcountylibrary.org/calendar.
About South Carolina Bar
The South Carolina Bar was established by the Supreme Court of South Carolina (SC Appellate Court Rule 410) and serves more than 17,000 members and the public. Its mission is to uphold integrity and honor of the legal profession, advance the science of jurisprudence, promote high quality legal education and services to its members, and continually improve the administration of justice throughout the Palmetto State. For more information on the South Carolina Bar, please visit scbar.org. Customers may also follow on Facebook and twitter.com/SCBAR/.