Voting — A Civic Responsibility

The right to vote is a precious right granted to all Americans.  Unfortunately, some citizens take this fundamental right for granted and don’t exercise their right to vote.  Now is the time to vote. Your vote enhances our democracy.  We have the opportunity to vote for our elected officials who make policy decisions on our […]

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September 22 — National Voter Registration Day

Elections matter. It is our civic duty to vote. Voting in a democracy is what makes America the greatest country in the world. Make sure you are registered to vote. National Voter Registration Day, the fourth Tuesday in September, began being observed in 2012. That year, more than 300,000 Americans registered to vote. By 2018, […]

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Tyson and Traywick teach Election Law at UofSC School of Law

In this most unusual and dramatic election year, Robinson Gray attorneys Rob Tyson and Lisle Traywick instructed future attorneys on the complexities of Election Law this summer. “We covered a wide range of topics,” said Tyson, “including candidate filing, candidate protests and challenges, absentee balloting, and redistricting. The students were very engaged, particularly given the […]

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18 Robinson Gray lawyers named to Best Lawyers; two listed as Ones to Watch

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Eighteen Robinson Gray attorneys have been named to the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®. Two additional attorneys were named to the inaugural Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch list. The Best Lawyers in America, which thousands of lawyers and corporations use annually, is regarded as a definitive guide to the […]

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Partisan Gerrymandering — Who’s Willing to Predict how the Supreme Court will Rule?

By the end of the week, the United States Supreme Court will decide two partisan gerrymandering cases. How the Court rules will have huge ramifications for drawing congressional districts after the 2020 Census. The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Rucho v. Common Cause, a Republican-favored Congressional plan challenge in North Carolina and Lamont v. […]

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