Author Archives: Pam Robinson

Information session with Richland County CASA

Come by and listen to what it takes to be an advocate for the best interest of a child.

Staff from the Richland County CASA program will be here to talk about the application and training requirements as well as the responsibilities involved in serving as a volunteer guardian ad litem. This session is co-sponsored by BLSA, CALS, CEA, LATINX, PILS, WIL and the Pro Bono Program

Fat Bears and Brackets

Nothing to do with the law but…  did you know that annually the Katami National Park in Alaska has a contest to find the fattest bear? Yes, it is a real thing and you can join by voting for your favorite fat bear. There is even a Fat Bear Hall of Fame! For more and to vote ( why not) check out this link:https://explore.org/fat-bear-week.

Walker has put on the pounds and is a favorite to win!  We  applaud  your  efforts  Walker!

Palmetto Leader in Orangeburg and more

We had an eventful trip to Orangeburg on Sept. 24th A great team of problem solvers ( we had lots of problems to solve)

We even made the news!  The WLTX Street Squad came to visit.https://www.wltx.com/video/news/local/usc-school-of-law-program-provides-free-legal-services-across-the-state/101-709f8f21-09e1-464b-8186-1c64c45d780b

Yes, I need a haircut, no comments! But the words of the clients made everything worthwhile.

Wills and health care powers of attorney were prepared by lawyers with the able assistance of amazing law students.

Lisa Deitle was our printing and problem solving guru!

 

 

 

After a long day of helping people with legal issues the team took time out to visit the Cecil Williams SC Civil Rights Museum. Mr. Williams, 81, a noted SC photographer documented many of SC’s leading civil rights moments including the Briggs V. Elliott case and the Orangeburg Massacre. His museum is loaded with important first hand photos and memorabilia highlighting many important moments in SC’s civil rights struggle.  You may know the history but nothing can beat hearing from the people involved. A picture is worth a thousand words. Information about the Cecil Williams SC Civil Rights Museum and be found online. Worth a stop!