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'I have seen a lot of firsts in my time'

'I have seen a lot of firsts in my time'

Chief Justice Jean Hoefer Toal, '68 law, has seen a lot of firsts in her life, from being the first woman to chair a legislative committee to being the first woman on the state Supreme Court. She sat down with us to chat about her time at Carolina, her extraordinary career as an attorney, lawmaker and justice, and the future as she prepares to retire in December.

Making his case: Recent law grad argues before SC Supreme Court

Making his case: Recent law grad argues before SC Supreme Court

In preparation for his biggest court appearance to date, Perry MacLennan, '14 law, recalled one of his last classes at the University of South Carolina. In a trial by fire, MacLennan got to put what he had learned to use into real life in front of the South Carolina Supreme Court, arguing successfully on behalf on his client less than a year after he graduated.

Family of engineers establishes scholarship

Family of engineers establishes scholarship

With four alums in the family, the Barnhills decided to pool their gifts and create the Barnhill Family Engineering Endowment to fund scholarships as a way to say thank you to the university. With company matches, the goal is to have the endowment reach $1 million within 20 years.

'A momentous year'

'A momentous year'

It has been a momentous year for the Supreme Court of the United States. It's also been a big year for alumnus Andrew Bentz, who has spent that time in a coveted position at the highest court.

Keeping Ke Ke's legacy alive

Keeping Ke Ke's legacy alive

KeKe Fuller was never your average little girl. Instead of a play kitchen, her playroom was set up like a doctor's office where she wore scrubs and a surgical mask. But all of that precociousness and childhood energy disappeared in 2013.

Alumna looks to digitally preserve disappearing history

Alumna looks to digitally preserve disappearing history

Some of the world's oldest artifacts are located in some of the world's most volatile locations, making them vulnerable to destruction either intentionally or as collateral damage. Digitally preserving those historic items and locations is the goal of technology startup PIVOT.

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