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#3 – Williams Mullen (access required)

Two James Center  1021 East Cary Street Richmond, VA 23219 PO Box 1320 Richmond, VA 23218 (804) 643-1991 (804) 783-6507 (fax) 223 lawyers Partners: 140 Associates/Of Counsel: 83 Offices: Charlottesville (7), Newport News (3), Norfolk (28), Portsmouth (2), Richmond (125), ...

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#2 – Hunton & Williams LLP (access required)

Riverfront Plaza, East Tower 951 East Byrd Street Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 788-8200 (804) 788-8218 (fax) 273 lawyers Partners: 119 Associates/Of Counsel: 154 Offices: Richmond (222), Norfolk (10), McLean (41), Atlanta (59), Austin (10), Bangkok (22), Beijing (3), Brussels (14), Charlotte ...

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#1 – McGuireWoods LLP (access required)

One James Center 901 East Cary Street Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 775-1000 (804) 775-1061 (fax) 302 lawyers Partners: 151 Associates/Of Counsel: 151 Offices: Richmond (216), Charlottesville (20), Norfolk (16), Tysons Corner (50) Annual billable hours expected of associates: 1,950 Starting pay ...

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Robert L. Harris Sr. (access required)

Retired Judge Robert L. Harris Sr. has reached nearly $1 billion in the value of settlements he’s helped bring about through means of alternative dispute resolution. Harris is one of the original members of The McCammon Group, a nearly 60-member ...

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Presenting the 2007 ?Leaders in the Law' (access required)

Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce the recipients of our “Leaders in the Law” awards for 2007. Fifteen members of the legal community were selected based upon their significant contributions to the practice of law in Virginia over the ...

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W&M law school opens new library (access required)

WILLIAMSBURG—The oldest law school in the country may be operating one of the world’s newest libraries, as the College of William & Mary’s Marshall-Wythe School of Law recently opened the doors to the Wolf Law Library. The $16.8 million state-funded ...

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