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ACLU challenges C'ville curfew (access required)

CHARLOTTESVILLE–The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the city’s new curfew for teen-agers. The curfew took effect March 1. It requires children under 17 to be off Charlottesville streets between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. Saturdays ...

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VSB's bias study won't look at past (access required)

In its study of possible disparate treatment in the disciplinary system, the Virginia State Bar will not be looking backward. Instead of looking for possible past discrimination based on race, gender, or other factors, the model adopted by the VSB ...

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Lawyers seek to add mayor to molest suit (access required)

WILLIAMSBURG–Lawyers representing 11 children allegedly assaulted by a church babysitter want to expand the sexual molestation lawsuit to include a former Williamsburg mayor as a defendant and three additional children as plaintiffs. The lawyers also want to increase the claim ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

Six attorneys have joined the Richmond law firm of Williams, Mullen, Christian & Dobbins. Sara Gordon has become an associate in the firm’s London office. Patrick D. Allen, Neil E. McCullagh, William D. Perun, Christopher D. Pomeroy and Kathryn W. ...

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Virginia CLE gets biggest piece of pie (access required)

By Baker McClanahan, News Editor When lawyers think of continuing legal education, odds are they immediately think of the commonwealth’s largest CLE provider–Virginia CLE. What many may not know is that over the last few years, Virginia CLE has been ...

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