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Nine tell VSB they want a seat on SCC (access required)

Nine candidates have told the Virginia State Bar that they are interested in the State Corporation Commission vacancy created by the retirement of Commissioner Theodore V. Morrison Jr. Gov. Timothy M. Kaine might have to fill the position because the ...

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Brownlee makes his run for AG official (access required)

ROANOKE—Stressing his conservative credentials, the former top prosecutor in western Virginia announced his candidacy last week for the Republican nomination for attorney general. John Brownlee, 43, had stepped down the previous week as U.S. attorney, a job he held for ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

Salem attorney Ross C. Hart received the 23rd Judicial Circuit of Virginia’s Pro Bono Award for 2007 at the Annual Meeting of the Salem/Roanoke County Bar Association. The Pro Bono Circuit Awards were established by the Virginia State Bar’s Special ...

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Summary Dispositions (access required)

The following decisions have been decided by the Virginia Court of Appeals in summary dispositions that may adopt the reasoning of the Workers’ Compensation Commission or the Virginia Employment Commission: Spherion Atlantic Workforce LLC v. Randolph, No. 2919-07-2, April 22, ...

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Oliver Hill’s FBI files posted

We don’t know why, exactly, but WTVR has posted the FBI file on the late civil rights lawyer Oliver Hill. There are seven parts. Viewed from present-day perspective, unsurprisingly, the documents say more about the agency than the subject of ...

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Keister Greer dead at 86

From the Roanoke Times comes word of the passing of former Rocky Mount lawyer Keister Greer. From a 1999 news release on the re-appointment of Mr. Greer to the U.Va. Board of Visitors: “T. Keister Greer has been a member ...

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