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Chapter 9: Research hypotheticals

This chapter contains a number of legal research hypotheticals, along with suggested answers. The VLW Web site is a great place to start your legal research – often you’ll remember a case you saw or a story; a quick Google ...

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A Good Place to Live

MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell stepped in a pile last week, insulting the people of Bristol. Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama was in Southwest Virginia, appearing with former Gov. Mark Warner, who is running for the Senate seat being vacated by Republican John ...

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U.Va. prof is identity theft victim

Thieves used the Social Security number of a University of Virginia microchemistry professor to steal $22,000 from his credit card account, reports The Daily Progress. Patrick Grant’s personal information was among the data on U.Va. faculty that was breached twice ...

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Chapter 8: RSS feeds, jobs and us

In this chapter, we’ll cover a few last points about the site, from RSS feeds to job-seeking to information about our company and products. RSS feeds One of the enhancements to Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s new site is the availability of ...

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Chapter 7: The VLW Blog

The VLW Blog is a centerpiece of the new Virginia Lawyers Weekly Web site. Founded in March 2007, the VLW Blog originally was hosted on the popular Blogger platform. When our new site debuted in April, we imported all material ...

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The consequences of legislative gridlock

Thanks to politics and posturing in the General Assembly, three judgeships in Hampton were left unfilled when the legislature last left Richmond, leaving the locals to clean up the mess. Lawyers and judges in Hampton have been muddling through, but ...

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Just who is GINA?

GINA actually isn’t a who, it’s a what. As in the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, a new law signed by President Bush yesterday. As discrimination laws go, it’s a first: it’s an anticipatory law that forbids something before it starts ...

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