Registration has opened for the 2014 South Carolina Water Resources Conference, which will be held in Columbia on October 15-16. A biennial event, the Conference is coordinated by Clemson University’s Institute of Computational Ecology and the Center for Watershed Excellence. The Conference is designed “to provide an integrated forum for discussion of water policies, research projects and water management in order to prepare for and meet the growing challenge of providing water resources to sustain and grow South Carolina’s economy, while preserving our natural resources.” This year’s Conference will include both plenary sessions and breakout tracks organized around the following topics: water policy and planning, river basin and stream systems, stormwater, water quality and monitoring, and coastal and estuarine systems. Learn more about the Conference or register here.
Wallace Lightsey Ranked as the Number One Attorney in South Carolina by Super Lawyers
GREENVILLE, SC – Super Lawyers, a publication recognizing outstanding lawyers, has ranked Wallace Lightsey as the number one attorney in South Carolina. Lightsey’s recognition as