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A laptop and a set of blocks defines the difficult position some parents are in while working from home as their children engage in distance learning.

Make Distance Learning Work

Legal Work and School Work Can Work!

As a new school year approaches, schools across the country struggle with how to safely educate their students.   Some districts will attempt traditional, in-person instruction.  Others will begin the semester with distance learning.  And still others offer parents the choice of traditional instruction OR distance learning.  It’s highly likely that at some point this year, children will receive instruction at home.  So how is a busy attorney, paralegal, or court reporter to balance professional demands with building blocks or algebra remediation?  CompuScripts offers these suggestions to make distance learning work with your work. Continue reading

New Law School Building for USC

State-of-the-Art Law School Building

When the Class of 2020 convened at the University of South Carolina law school this week, they gathered in a new 187,500-square-foot building.  USC School of Law has moved from its former location, a 1970s-era building between Assembly and Main Streets, to what University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides has described as a state-of-the-art structure that “will anchor a new legal corridor in South Carolina and project a modern, sophisticated image which matches our great expectations.”

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