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On TV, Kaine, Allen clash anew on money issues

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican George Allen drew sharper contrasts Monday between themselves in a televised primetime U.S. Senate debate on the issues of entitlements seniors have paid all their lives, with Allen backing higher retirement ...

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UVa law prof grades candidates’ ‘rhetoric’ (access required)

CHARLOTTESVILLE – If only President Obama had had Molly Bishop Shadel on speed-dial for that first presidential debate, things might have gone differently. During one of those podium pauses when Obama was looking down, Shadel could have texted back suggestions ...

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Roanoke Valley Rule of Law plans underway

Lawyers and judges again will fan out to more than 60 middle school civics classes in the Roanoke Valley this month with a message about the central role of law in a constitutional democracy. The annual Rule of Law Day ...

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Roanoke Valley Rule of Law plans underway

Lawyers and judges again will fan out to more than 60 middle school civics classes in the Roanoke Valley this month with a message about the central role of law in a constitutional democracy. The annual Rule of Law Day ...

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4th Circuit to hear arguments at WVU law school (access required)

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was set to go to Morgantown last week. Oral arguments were scheduled for Thursday at the West Virginia University College of Law. Dean Joyce McConnell says that in one case, ...

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Ex-Salem vendor’s discrimination suit settled (access required)

ROANOKE — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that accused Salem officials of discriminating against a former vendor after lawyers in the case advised the court that the case had settled. Yvonne Henderson filed the lawsuit in 2008. The ...

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VSB Disciplinary Actions (access required)

On June 27, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board issued a public reprimand with terms to Mufeed W. Said of Richmond for violating professional rules that govern diligence, communication and safekeeping property. This discipline was an agreed disposition of misconduct ...

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