The Charleston Law Review will be hosting a CLE on crime and punishment as part of its 2nd annual Law & Society Symposium, held in conjunction with the Riley Institute of Furman University. The keynote address will be February 18 at the Charleston Music Hall on 37 John Street. February 19 will be the meat of the symposium. The program qualifies for 8 CLE credit hours, including 1 ethics hour.
CLR's short description: "This year's symposium, led by noted scholars, judges, and attorneys, will address the functions of criminal punishment in law and society in diverse areas ranging from white collar crime and the financial markets to cruel and unusual punishment, actual innocence, and the school-to-prison pipeline."
The tuition is $75 for private attorneys, and $50 for government/nonprofit employees and academics.
South Carolina criminal defense attorneys and anyone interested in criminal law should sign up for the program and attend.