Student Paper on Judicial Estoppel and Its Application (Or Misapplication?) in South Carolina

October 15, 2012

This student paper, titled Judicial Estoppel and Its Application (Or Misapplication?) in South Carolina, was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Katie Kirila, Travis Anderson, and Sylvia Maddox.

Student Paper on Using Maxims as a Beacon: How Equity Helped the Good Guy Survive the Storm

October 15, 2012

This student paper, titled Using Maxims as a Beacon How Equity Helped the Good Guy Survive the Storm, was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Shirene C. Hansotia and Ansley H. Willis .

Student Paper on “SUEM” As Applied to F. Gregorie and Sons v. Hamlin

October 15, 2012

This student paper, titled “SUEM” as Applied to F. Gregorie & Sons v. Hamlin , was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Will Glenn, Michael Dodd, and Mark Anthony Bible Jr..

Student Paper on Constructive Trusts in South Carolina

October 15, 2012

This student paper, titled Constructive Trusts in South Carolina: Equity in its Finest Form As It Relates to Real Property Transfers , was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Miles Bland and Kyle Ward.

Student Paper on Player v. Chandler: An Unsuccessful Claim for Specific Performance

October 15, 2012

This student paper, titled Player v Chandler An Unsuccessful Claim for Specific Performance, was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Brianna Hewett, Michelle Matthews, and Katie Maucher.

Student Paper on Judicially Mandated Foreclosure Intervention Programs in South Carolina

October 14, 2012

This student paper, titled Judicially Mandated Foreclosure Intervention Programs in South Carolina; How Do We Determine If a Community is Ripe to Benefit?, was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by John Cane, Renee Anderson, and Captain Charles George.

Student Paper on Unclean Hands

October 2, 2012

This student paper, titled Unclean Hands: Residential Real Estate Loan Modifications in South Carolina and the Unauthorized Practice of Law, was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Ricky Thomas, Gary Patterson, and Corey Smith.

Student Paper on State v. Wilson

October 2, 2012

This student paper, titled An Equitable Solution for the “Choice” Between Death and Insanity: State v. Wilson, was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Annamarie Ammen, Michelle Elsey McMahon, and Elizabeth Leverette.

Student Paper on Vane v. Lord Barnard

October 2, 2012

This student paper, titled Vane v Lord Barnard Equitable Waste and Mandatory Injunctions, was written for my Spring 2012 Equity class by Benjamin Joyce, Sarah Lohman, and Jenna Peyser.

 

“Equity Abhors a Charade”

September 6, 2012

The Honorable Garrison Hill, a Circuit Court Judge, in South Carolina recently wrote a very exciting and educational lower court equitable order dealing with the doctrine of judicial estoppel. The Court was kind enough to grant me permission to put in on this blog and I am doing just that. As Judge Hill so succinctly noted, in a memorial equitable opinion, “equity abhors a charade.” Read on, this Judicial Estoppel Circuit Court Order is worthy of study by lawyers and law students. A genuine thanks to Judge Hill for permitting me to post this opinion.

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