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Centers

Our centers are key to the academic, research, and service mission of the School of Law. They help establish interdisciplinary programs that expand the School of Law's reach within the community and provide valuable training necessary for continuing education. 

Children's Law Center

The Children’s Law Center is a resource center for South Carolina professionals involved in child maltreatment or juvenile justice court proceedings and child advocates working to improve the safety and well-being of children. The mission of the Center is to advance children's law by strengthening public policy, increasing knowledge, and improving practice.

Constitutional Law Center

The Constitutional Law Center researches issues of public interest and brings South Carolina Law’s expertise in constitutional law into public school classrooms, enhancing students’ civics and historical knowledge of the founding principles of the United States.

Cybersecurity Legal Task Force

The Cybersecurity Legal Task Force informs the legal profession and the public about cyberattacks--and provides strategies to minimize the risk of such attacks--through a variety of methods including webinars, monthly reports, and an annual Cybersecurity Institute.

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism

The Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism was created in 1999 with a gift from the firm's partners. Its purpose is to enrich teaching and research on the legal profession and to promote professionalism, civic leadership, and public service in the practice of law.

Rule of Law Collaborative

Founded in 2010, the Rule of Law Collaborative (ROLC) at the University of South Carolina is committed to the development of rule of law as a discipline, the advancement of theoretical and research-based applications in the field, and the refinement of policies relating to rule of law development.


 


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