This seminar is worth 6 MCLE credit hours, including 1 hour of Ethics.
We are approved and accredited by South Carolina.
Our Distinguished Speaker is Susan Gaddy of the Gaddy Law Firm who will be opening our CLE Seminar with a presentation on Property Rights & the Constitution. Following Ms. Gaddy, Stephen Harris of Harris & Huge, LLC will speak on Fire Arms Issues relating to the Constitution. After lunch break, Mr. Trey Harrell of the Peper Law Firm presents the 4th Amendment section. Finally, wrapping up the day with a detailed look at social media issues & religious issues as they relate to the First Amendment we have speaker, Mr. Sean Scapellato of Cobb, Dill, and Hammett, LLC.
More and more citizens are challenging laws, regulations, and other decisions that affect them on Constitutional grounds. These kinds of issues range from freedom of speech issues, to search and seizure issues, to property rights issues, making Constitutional law an interesting but complex intersection of Supreme Court decisions and the perceived rights of citizens in the United States. As a result, it is critical for any attorney engaged in civil litigation to have an understanding of evolving issues in constitutional law. Register today!
With this program, participants will:
Get the most up-to-date cases needed to provide the best representation for your clients in a variety of Constitutional contexts.
Gain an in-depth understanding of key Constitutional principles and interpretations relating to zoning and land use.
Review the Constitutional Amendments and cases relating to search and seizure.
Expand your understanding of the Constitution’s application toward firearms laws.
Increase your knowledge of the Constitution and interpretations relating to common First Amendment issues.
Date and Time
Embassy Suites Charleston Airport Hotel & Convention Center
5055 International Boulevard
North Charleston, SC 29418