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Baugh gets pro bono nod (access required)

Richmond defense attorney David Baugh, nationally known for his zealous representation of unpopular criminal clients, is being honored by the Virginia State Bar with its Lewis F. Powell Jr. Pro Bono Award. Baugh, 58, was selected for his work on ...

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Fairfax Bar Pro Bono awards given (access required)

Pro bono organizers at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP, a law firm based in Baltimore, wanted to give back to Virginia. Even through the firm has an office in Alexandria, several attorneys from the firm’s D.C. office live in Northern ...

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Van Buren becomes president of VBA (access required)

Norfolk lawyer William R. Van Buren III always has had a healthy respect for the Virginia Bar Association. A corporate lawyer at Kaufman & Canoles, Van Buren said that he could still remember the role-model lawyers he saw working with ...

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Obituary (access required)

Retired Judge John D. Butzner, who served on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals from 1967 to 2000, died Jan. 20. He was 88. A native of Pennsylvania, Judge Butzner served in the U.S. Air Force Weather Service in ...

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Goolsby updates text on corporate law (access required)

Hunton & Williams attorney Allen C. Goolsby knows corporate law in Virginia. In fact, you could say he wrote the book on it. A principal author of the Virginia Stock Corporation Act, Goolsby recently released the second edition of his ...

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McNamee to join McGuireWoods at AG's term end (access required)

Bernard L. McNamee, chief deputy attorney general of Virginia, will soon join the Richmond office of McGuireWoods LLP as a partner in the energy and utilities division. His practice will focus on representing clients before the Virginia State Corporation Commission ...

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