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West Touts New Annotated Code (access required)

When it comes to an annotated state code, Virginia lawyers now have a choice. At an Oct. 23 luncheon for lawyers and librarians at the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, the West Group debuted its new Annotated Code of Virginia, bringing ...

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Rehnquist: Put An End To Diversity Jurisdiction (access required)

In U.S. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist’s view, the most effective way to reduce the ever-increasing caseload in all federal courts is to eliminate diversity-jurisdiction cases in federal district courts. Rehnquist conceded, however, that anticipated opposition by his colleagues on ...

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Law Schools (access required)

Interview preparation, say law-school career counselors, is critical to landing that big-firm job you’ve been coveting. Smile. Shake hands. Look the interviewer in the eye. Don’t fidget. Ask questions of your own. Soon, however, counselors may have to teach another ...

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