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Elliott Named Local Bar Leader Of The Year (access required)

Virginia Beach—Roanoke lawyer Eugene M. Elliott was tired of hearing the negative stereotypes about lawyers and so he took it upon himself to make a change. “My focus has always been trying to have lawyers projected in a more positive ...

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Butler Wins Lifetime Achievement Award (access required)

Virginia Beach — Richmond lawyer Donald K. Butler was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Domestic Relations Section of the Virginia State Bar for 2005. When asked what his reaction was when he found out that he won the ...

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Hade Named High Court's Executive Secretary (access required)

Karl R. Hade has been named the new Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court. He will succeed longtime Executive Secretary Robert N. Baldwin, who retired in April. Since Baldwin’s retirement, retired Fairfax Circuit Judge F. Bruce Bach has held the ...

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Elliott named Local Bar Leader of the Year (access required)

Roanoke lawyer Eugene M. Elliott was tired of hearing the negative stereotypes about lawyers and so he took it upon himself to make a change. “My focus has always been trying to have lawyers projected in a more positive way,” ...

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Hoover To Get '05 Award For ?Excellence' (access required)

Often called “the father of mediation in Virginia,” longtime Harrisonburg attorney and teacher Lawrence H. Hoover Jr. will be awarded the 18th annual Tradition of Excellence Award tomorrow morning. The award is the highest honor given by the Virginia State ...

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Anderson To Become New VSB President (access required)

He can’t wait to get started. Roanoke lawyer Philip V. Anderson will be sworn in as president of the Virginia State Bar this evening, succeeding David P. Bobzien of Fairfax. “It’s exciting and a pretty humbling experience,” said Anderson. “I’m ...

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Fredericksburg's Botts Wins 2005 Legal Aid Award (access required)

Before William L. Botts III went to law school, he had an experience that would change his life forever. It was the summer of 1969, and Botts had just graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in aerospace ...

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Butler Wins Lifetime Achievement Award (access required)

Richmond lawyer Donald K. Butler will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Domestic Relations Section of the Virginia State Bar for 2005. When asked what his reaction was when he found out that he won the award, Butler ...

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Loudoun board skit was defamatory (access required)

Loudoun County is one of the fastest growing regions in the United States—a place where the population has almost doubled in four years. But there are two sides to the bustling county that is home to Dulles International Airport: the ...

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Virginia paralegals look at N.C. certification plan (access required)

A new plan for the certification of paralegals in North Carolina has many in the Virginia paralegal community wondering whether a similar plan could work here some day. At the spring meeting of the Virginia Alliance of Paralegal Associations, representatives ...

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