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Six words used here on purpose (access required)

So you want to do social media marketing for yourself or your law practice, and you don’t know how long you should make your tweets, posts, blog items or headlines. Not to worry. Amanda Walgrove, lead writer at contently.com, a ...

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Welcome to the new Hearsay section

Longtime readers of Virginia Lawyers Weekly will recall that in the 1990s, the newspaper regularly featured a column called, “Hearsay.” It provided a lighter look at the law and law practice, and it was a popular welcome respite from some ...

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Up in the air

Here’s an idea that should have died at the idea stage. If you have to do any flying in your practice, time to take note. A French company thinks it has found a way to cram more passengers into airplanes, ...

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How emblematic

State boosters already know that the 2015 General Assembly filled a void in state law that had been gaping since 1997: they adopted a state song. Actually, they adopted two, a traditional song, “Our Great Virginia,” lyrics by Mike Greenly ...

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