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2022 South Carolina Solicitors’ Annual Conference

September 18 @ 3:00 pm - September 21 @ 12:00 pm

Training at this year’s Conference will cover the Operation Varsity Blues prosecutions, drug-induced homicide investigations and prosecutions, prosecuting crimes involving gangs, dogfighting and animal abuse, the Miranda rule, victims’ rights and advocacy, drug courts, human trafficking, resiliency, case law review, and ethics and professionalism. There will be separate programming for diversion staff and victim advocates. This year, there will also be programming for IT/technology staff of the Circuit Solicitors’ Offices. Training will be offered that will appeal to all members of the Solicitors’ Offices. The Conference, in its entirety, will provide at least the minimum number of continuing education hours needed by those staff members whose certification requires such (lawyers, Bar-certified paralegals, victim advocates, and investigators). Specifically, the Conference will contain at least:

  • 14 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credits, to include at least 2 hours of ethics and 1 hour of mental health/substance abuse;
  • 12 hours of CVST credits; and
  • 2 hours (annual legal update) of SCCJA credits.

In addition to some of our state’s wonderful speakers, this year’s Conference will feature the following out-of-state speakers:

  • Eric Rosen, former Assistant U.S. Attorney who prosecuted Operation Varsity Blues cases involving the payment of fees and subterfuge to gain entrance into colleges for children of the rich or famous;
  • Rabbi Avremi Zippel, sexual assault survivor;
  • Chicago police officers Peter Medina and Mike Simpson, who investigate drug-induced homicides for prosecution;;
    Amos Guiora, Professor, S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah, and author of a number of books, including Armies of Enablers: Survivor Stories of Complicity and Betrayal in Sexual Assaults, Cybersecurity, The Crime of Complicity: The Bystander in the Holocaust, and Five Words that Changed America: Miranda v. Arizona and The Right to Remain Silent; and
  • Janette Reever, Program Manager of Animal Crimes Investigations with The Humane Society of the United States.

Conference Timing: On Sunday, September 18, on-site registration begins at 3:00 and the actual Conference programming begins at 4:30 p.m. The Conference continue through noon on Wednesday, September 21.

To register if you are employed by one of the 16 Judicial Circuit Solicitors’ Offices  or the Attorney General’s Office, you must complete the ONLINE REGISTRATION, which can be accessed after you login to this website.

If you are already registered in the SCCPC’s database, once you enter your email address, most of the form should self-populate. If any changes to your contact information are needed, they can be made at that time.

To register if you are NOT employed by one of the 16 Judicial Circuit Solicitors’ Offices or the Attorney General’s Office, please contact SCCPC at training@cpc.sc.gov and request a registration form. Registration of those not employed in a Circuit Solicitors’ Offices or the Attorney General’s Office is subject to approval.

For more information, please contact training@cpc.sc.gov.

Details

Start:
September 18 @ 3:00 pm
End:
September 21 @ 12:00 pm

Organizer

SCCPC
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Venue

Embassy Suites at Kingston Plantation, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
9800 Queensway Blvd
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States
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Phone:
(843) 449-0006