Shutt co-moderates Employment Law Essentials Series CLE for South Carolina Bar
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA – Nekki Shutt again is serving as co-moderator of Employment Law Essentials, a continuing legal education seminar she helped develop last year for the South Carolina Bar.
The CLE Essentials Series consists of nine seminars covering major South Carolina practice areas as well as office technology. New law school graduates are required to complete a certain number of “essentials” courses before they begin practice in South Carolina.
The daylong courses are led by experienced attorneys such as Shutt, who’s a Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment Law. The goal is to provide recent graduates with detailed and comprehensive practical advice they need to handle cases.
In addition to her duties as co-moderator for Employment Law Essentials Series CLE, Shutt also is presenting a seminar for plaintiff’s attorneys. The program is set for July 31 at the Bar Conference Center.
About Nekki Shutt
Shutt frequently addresses community as well as legal groups throughout state. She often draws on her experience prior to law school as a human resources professional to educate businesses about common legal problems they could encounter. Shutt also updates businesses about changes in law that could affect policy and procedure decisions.
She presented a number of Continuing Legal Education seminars for the South Carolina Bar as well. She also shares her knowledge with the legal community through writing. She’s authored the ERISA chapters in two editions of Labor and Employment Law for South Carolina Lawyer.
As part of the employment law team at Burnette Shutt & McDaniel, her practice encompasses areas such as COBRA benefits and South Carolina health insurance benefits, wrongful termination and discrimination.
Recent cases include lengthy and complicated litigation in which union pipefitters and plumbers are fighting to recover vacation pay. She’s represented the workers for nine years.