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05.11.17 Midlands CLE Luncheon

THE SCWLA MIDLANDS REGION
CORDIALLY INVITES ITS MEMBERS TO THE

THURSDAY, MAY 11

LUNCHEON & 1/2 HOUR CLE

The Palmetto Club, 1231 Sumter Street, Columbia, SC
Buffet & Registration Begin at Noon
CLE 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The Justice Index
presented by

Robin Wheeler,
Director, South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program
Liaison, Access to Justice

(see bio below)

In 2014, the National Center for Access to Justice at Fordham Law School published the first Justice Index, measuring and comparing the effectiveness of all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico to provide access to justice.  In 2016, they published updated findings using four measurement categories: Attorney Access, Assistance to Self-Represented Litigants, Language Access and Disability Access. Learn South Carolina's rank, and how we can improve our standing.

Please use the RSVP link below to register for this event (instead of replying by e-mail) and enter the required information to receive CLE credit.

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
(or to cancel)   

RSVP by noon on Wednesday, May 10.  Cancellations made after that time are subject to invoicing per the policy of the Palmetto Club.  You may cancel using the same link above and entering the requested information.  If you cannot attend and are unable to timely cancel, you may offer your reservation to a guest.  Lunch is $15 for members and military employees, and $20 for nonmembers. 

Payment should be by check made payable to SCWLA.  The CLE is included for SCWLA members as a membership benefit with the purchase of lunch.

Parking:  In addition to nearby street parking, valet parking is available at the flat rate of $4; the valet stand is located on Sumter Street in front of the Palmetto Club.

ROBIN WHEELER

In April 2017, Robin Wheeler became the Director of the South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program and liaison to Access to Justice, after serving as Executive Director of the South Carolina Access to Justice Commission for 10 years. Prior to her work at the Commission, she worked at Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities, Inc. as a PAIMI staff attorney, leader of the Conditions in Facilities team, and as team leader of the Outreach, Information, and Referral (OIR) team.

Robin was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in November 1999, to the United States District Court, District of South Carolina in 2002, and to the Supreme Court of the United States in 2006.