USC law professor visits Solicitor's Office

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USC law professor visits Solicitor's Office

2015-06-01

 

 

BLUFFTON – Assistant Law Professor Dr. Gregory Adams spoke to college students, law interns and assistant solicitors today as part of the Externship & Career Prosecutor Program.

 

Designed for law students who wish to devote themselves to public service in the field of criminal prosecution, this program offers law students, a valuable hands-on experience. In addition to college students from the University of South Carolina School Of Law, the Solicitor’s Office also welcomes college students from Wofford College and the University of South Carolina Beaufort.

 

Adams’ discussion on prosecutorial ethics kicked off the intensive program, now in its third year.

 

Professor Adams, a recognized expert on lawyer's ethics, has been a member of the Law School faculty since 1978, and his teaching and research interests include Professional Responsibility, Advanced Legal Profession, and Judicial Ethics. He is also the founding director of the Program on Judicial Ethics, Selection, Accountability, and Independence. 

 

 

 

BLUFFTON – Assistant Law Professor Dr. Gregory Adams spoke to college students, law interns and assistant solicitors today as part of the Externship & Career Prosecutor Program.

 

Designed for law students who wish to devote themselves to public service in the field of criminal prosecution, this program offers law students, a valuable hands-on experience. In addition to college students from the University of South Carolina School Of Law, the Solicitor’s Office also welcomes college students from Wofford College and the University of South Carolina Beaufort.

 

Adams’ discussion on prosecutorial ethics kicked off the intensive program, now in its third year.

 

Professor Adams, a recognized expert on lawyer's ethics, has been a member of the Law School faculty since 1978, and his teaching and research interests include Professional Responsibility, Advanced Legal Profession, and Judicial Ethics. He is also the founding director of the Program on Judicial Ethics, Selection, Accountability, and Independence.

 

 

PHOTO CUTLINE: Solicitor Duffie Stone discusses prosecutorial ethics on Monday with Dr. Greg Adams, an assistant professor at the USC School of Law.

Duffie Stone

Solicitor Duffie Stone