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Professionalism and Civility

Featuring Justice John W. Kittredge
Credit(s): 0.75 CLE Credits
Course Number: DL-732
Original Program Date: March 21, 2013
Duration: 39 minutes
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    Join Justice John W. Kittredge as he talks about our profession that as lawyers, as guardians of the law, we play a vital role in the preservation of society.  The fulfillment of this role requires an understanding by lawyers of their relationship with and function in our legal system. As such a consequent obligation of lawyers is to maintain the highest standards of ethical conduct.

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    Justice John W. Kittredge

    John W. Kittredge was born in Greenville, South Carolina on September 28, 1956 and is the son of Elwyn Herbert, Jr. (deceased) and Marian Jeffries Kittredge. John married Lila Graham Hewell on June 20, 1981. John and Lila have three children, Lila Marian, Will and Zay. The Kittredges are members of First Presbyterian Church in Greenville. 


    Justice Kittredge graduated from the University of South Carolina, summa cum laude, in 1979. He graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1982. Academic honors include Phi Beta Kappa, Order of the Coif, and Wig and Robe. 


    Justice Kittredge began his legal career as a law clerk to The Honorable William W. Wilkins, Jr. He practiced law in the firm of Wilkins, Nelson and Kittredge. Justice Kittredge was actively involved in community and state service: Governor's Committee on Crime and Delinquency; Governor's Juvenile Justice Task Force; Greenville Technical College Foundation (Vice-President); City of Greenville Civil Service Commission (Chairman); Greenville County Crime Stoppers (President); Board of Directors of Child Evangelism Fellowship. In addition to his admission to the South Carolina Bar, Justice Kittredge is also admitted to practice before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, United States Court of Military Appeals, United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. 


    Justice Kittredge was elected to the South Carolina family court bench in 1991. He was elected to the circuit court bench in 1996 and the Court of Appeals in 2003. Justice Kittredge was elected to the Supreme Court in 2008.

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