The Online Alumni Business Directory is now available! You can use it to search for your fellow alumni by name, city and state, zip code, and practice area. Check it out by logging into CSOL Alumni Access.
If you have any difficulty with accessing the system, please do not hesitate to contact Michael Abro at email@example.com or 843.377.4058.
The Office of Alumni Development has worked with faculty members to record a series of short lectures on topics of interest to you. Are you looking for a brief landlord-tenant law review, an update on service of process, a summary of the most recent changes in estate and probate law, a reminder about insurance law, information on intellectual property law, an evidence refresher, some tips for defending non-violent criminal offenses, or a constitutional law update? If so, check out the Alumni Recorded Lecture Series.
Auditing a Class
Charleston School of Law alumni are eligible to enroll in classes as “auditors” free of charge. While no additional credit hours will be awarded for auditing, successful completion of your chosen professional development courses will be reflected on your official transcript.
Semester course listings are available online. If you are interested in auditing a class, please contact the Office of the Registrar to enroll.
Alumni of the Charleston School of Law have access to a variety of Career Services resources after graduation. To learn more about these resources, click here.
Recording of Discovery in Family Law CLE Seminar
Gregory S. Forman, Esq. provided a seminar on discovery in Family Law to the alumni community. Topics covered during the seminar included the following: drafting discovery, responding to discovery, motions to compel, and using discovery responses at trial. If you missed the seminar, or if you would like to review the information again, please refer to the videos below:
A representative from AIG offered an update on Trust, Estate and Insurance Planning for Art Collections to the alumni community. During this seminar, the current estate and gift tax laws and the potential impact on art collectors, along with estate planning mechanisms that can reduce tax exposure (charitable distributions, inter vivos trusts, testamentary trusts and others) were reviewed. The discussion also included the implications of the “empty hook” scenario—how heirs suffer when they eventually try and sell artwork that was clandestinely removed from the estate. In addition, the importance of a comprehensive private collections insurance policy to protect the art assets in a collector’s estate was covered. If you missed the seminar, or if you would like to review the information again, click here.
The Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library offers many services and resources for Charleston School of Law alumni. To learn more about these services and resources, click here.
Library Hours available to Alumni
Monday to Thursday – 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday – 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday – Noon to 6 p.m.
Need to know when the next CLE Seminar is in your state? Click here to view a list organized by state.