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LeClairRyan lobbyists jump ship

The Pittsburgh-based firm of Eckert Seamans Cherin and Mellott LLC has conducted its second raid in the last three months on the Richmond operations of major law firms. The firm announced today three partners and three non-lawyer lobbyists from LeClairRyan ...

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Norfolk Circuit Court is now Tweeting

The Norfolk Circuit Court clerk’s office is now a voice in the Virginia legal community on Twitter. The court began tweeting the past Wednesday, making it the first (at least to our knowledge) circuit court in the commonwealth to jump ...

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Lawyer-councilmen in the news

Former Lynchburg Bar Association president Randy Nelson was named this morning to fill the unexpired city council term of Del. Scott Garrett. Nelson is appointed to serve until June 30, when Garrett’s term would have expired, reports The News & ...

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Virginia’s Legal Tweeters (access required)

Building the Virginia Legal Community on Twitter The following is a list of Virginia lawyers, courts and legal organizations who are currently using Twitter. For those who haven’t been tuned in to all the recent buzz, Twitter is a micro-blogging ...

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When should judges retire?

We have at least three ideas about when judges should retire already in this year’s legislative hopper. Del. Terry W. Kilgore, R-Gate City, proposes 73 in House Bill 126, as does Sen. John S. Edwards, D-Roanoke, in Senate Bill 206, ...

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