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For Buddhist lawyers, compassion and conflict

With the Dalai Lama in town, Buddhists have taken to the streets of Washington, and one writer finds a surprising number of lawyers among their ranks. As the Washington Post feature writer discovered, Buddhist lawyers have their own Facebook page. ...

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Court’s study panel: Keep judicial map as is (access required)

The special committee appointed by Virginia’s chief justice to study judicial boundaries says the state’s existing judicial map should stay the way it is. The reason: A fear of collateral harm to how the commonwealth’s courts operate if wholesale changes ...

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