Bending towards justice : a path for reviving panel hearings under the human affairs law
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Rice, Lee Ann W.
South Carolina Certified Public Manager Program
The Human Affairs Law is well-enforced by the Commission, with only one exception - holding hearings. Management and Board Members have been striving towards restoring the hearing process throughout the Commission for several years, though employment hearings under the Human Affairs Law have not materialized yet. Training for investigators, board members, and attorneys, as well as a procedures manual will equip the Commission for managing hearings. Additionally, changes to the law itself or funding for the Commission would ensure that the hearing process is financially viable. In the interim, it behooves the Commission to maintain its staffing level and as many high-performing staff members as possible so that the Commission retains enough institutional and legal knowledge to work towards a permanent structure of adjudicating cases through panel hearings.
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