The Lending Library contains books on law practice management and technology. SC Bar members may check out an item in person or by mail.
Or click on the following subject areas to browse through all available resources.
Instructions for checking out an item:
You must be a member of the SC Bar in good standing to check out a book.
So that all Bar members can be served adequately, please limit requests to two books per three-week period.?
If additional time is needed to finish reviewing the item(s), patrons may email email@example.com to request a three week extension of time from the original due date. Material extensions of time are only granted if there is not a waiting list for that particular item.?
In person: SC Bar members may go to the South Carolina Bar building at 950 Taylor Street in Columbia, second floor, to pick up a book. Email Emily Worley at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a book in advance.
By mail: In-state Bar members may request a three-week loan of one of the items above, attach your business card to a copy of the form below?and send your request with a $5.00 check made payable to South Carolina Bar at the address below:
P.O. Box 608?
Columbia, SC 29202-0608?
TOLL FREE: (877) 797-2227?
*Texts marked with an asterisk (*) require $10.00 for shipping & handling. ??
The items must be returned within three weeks from mailing unless an extension of time is granted by the Lending Library Manager; otherwise, you will be invoiced for the cost to the Bar of the text plus $20 for handling. Members will be billed the replacement cost for books or other items returned in poor condition.Lending Library Checkout Form
New Homes for Old Books
Maybe you're retiring or you're transitioning to a new job -- what will you do with your old law books? The market for used law books is weak, but you shouldn't ?throw them away. Donate?your used?law books to another lawyer - maybe a solo or new lawyer - who will appreciate and love the books as you did.
The Bar Book Exchange is a member benefit. To donate your books, send an email with a brief description of what you are donating to Emily Worley email@example.com. An email will be sent to the members of the Solo and Small Firm Section giving them a first chance at the books. If the books are not claimed, we can place a notice in E-Blast for you for free. In our experience, donated books are claimed quickly. (Please note that we do not accept used law books here at the Bar. This is a referral service only.) If you have questions, firstname.lastname@example.org.