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Gregory B. Adams

Gregory B. Adams

Gregory B. Adams is the premier authority in South Carolina on lawyers’ ethical duties regarding the use of technology in the practice of law. The South Carolina Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized his expertise. He is in his 40th year as a law professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law, and he has been teaching lawyers about the ethical use of technology for more than a decade. He serves on the American Bar Association Ethics and Professionalism Committee of the Law Practice Division.

William E. Booth III, Esquire

William E. Booth III is a member of Booth Law Firm, LLC, a solo practice in West Columbia. He was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 1975. His practice areas include Real Estate Transactions; Civil Litigation; Corporate Law; Property Tax; Low Income Housing Tax Credits; Section 1031 Exchanges. Mr. Booth received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1970 from the University of South Carolina and his Juris Doctor degree in 1975 from the University of South Carolina School of Law where he was a member of the Moot Court Board; he was a Law Clerk for former and now deceased South Carolina Supreme Court Justice William Rhodes, 1975–1976. He is a member of the Richland County, Lexington County and American Bar Associations. He is a title insurance agent for Investors Title Insurance Company. He is active in the South Carolina Bar having served as chairperson of the Solo and Small Firm Section and as chairperson of the Law Office Technology Committee. He was appointed by Gov. Sanford in 2005 to serve on the newly established e-Government Oversight Committee and reappointed in 2007. His law career includes the last seventeen years as a solo with an office in Lexington County on Sunset Boulevard (Hwy. 378), the prior eighteen years as a partner/associate in a small four-person law firm in Columbia, two years with the Public Service Commission followed by two years with the Department of Insurance, both SC state agencies. He also does personal injury cases resulting from car accidents. Since 2000, Mr. Booth has briefed and argued twelve cases before S.C. appellate courts. His practice in federal court consists of one recent bankruptcy/collection matter settled before trial. His law staff consists of one full-time paralegal/secretary, and a part-time bookkeeper/runner. He works about 60 hours per week and enjoys the professionalism aspect of being a lawyer and for the most part, he enjoys working with other lawyers.

 


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