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South Carolina Student Practice Rule

Submitted by Kay Hill on Thu, 09/12/2013 - 13:33
Long Title
South Carolina Appellate Court Rule 401
Published/Promulgated by
Name of entity
South Carolina Supreme Court
Type of entity
Court
Entity Contact
http://www.judicial.state.sc.us/supreme/
Year
2012
Country
United States
Jurisdiction within country
South Carolina
Who is subject to this regulation?
Other
Abstract
An eligible law student, who is enrolled in the University of South Carolina School of Law or the Charleston School of Law, and has completed the equivalent of four (4) semesters of legal studies, may appear in any inferior court or before any administrative tribunal on behalf of any indigent person, or on behalf of the State or any of its departments, agencies, institutions, or political subdivisions. If referred to the clinical legal education program by a state or federal court, department, agency, institution, or other department of the University of South Carolina School of Law or the Charleston School of Law, an eligible law student may also appear in an inferior court or before an administrative tribunal on behalf of a non-indigent person or non-profit organization. In all cases, a supervising lawyer is required to be personally present throughout the proceeding.
An eligible law student may engage in other activities, under a lawyer’s general supervision, but outside the lawyer’s presence.
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Teaching Methods
Lawyer Regulation