J. Edward Bell III, who earned his Eagle Scout recognition in the early 1960s, was named a National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) Outstanding Eagle Scout at a February ceremony of the Coastal Carolina Council in Charleston.
New Class Action Claims More Toyota Trucks Have Dangerous, Rusty Frames
Plaintiff’s attorney says excessively corroded frames pose safety hazard
The school is ranked among the best in the country for professors and quality of life by the Princeton Review.
On Sunday, 108 students graduated from Charleston School of Law during their 12th May commencement ceremony.
J. Edward Bell has accepted an invitation to join an exclusive group of the nation’s best trial lawyers known as the Inner Circle of Advocates.
The Federal Government will begin paying monetary benefits to veterans who were exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejuene.
As reported in multiple news outlets, the Federal Government has agreed to pay $2.2 billion over the next five years to provide benefits to veterans exposed to contaminated water at Camp Lejuene over a 30-year period.
Some liken it to winning the Super Bowl in pro football. Such is the distinction of capturing the annual National Tax Moot Court championship, held in St. Petersburg, Florida.
When you think of the leading causes of death in the country, most people think of heart disease, cancer, stroke, even accidents. Few people realize that one of the top killers is also one of the most insidious and least talked about: medical error and negligence.