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The illusion of the lawyer who is always available (access required)

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As a relatively new lawyer, I’ve gone to some (perhaps silly) lengths to hide any evidence of my personal life from colleagues and clients. My office phone rolls over to my cell phone, creating the illusion that I am always ...

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Waving the white flag: County drops fraud case against investment firm (access required)


A lawsuit born of conflict over an ambitious school construction project in a once-rural county with growing pains has been resolved without any money changing hands. Faced with allegations of unethical pleading, Fluvanna County officials agreed to drop their fraud ...

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Bar still seeks comment on tech-awareness rules (access required)

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The Virginia State Bar Standing Committee on Legal Ethics hopes to spark more dialogue on proposed rules changes requiring lawyers to have some level of familiarity with modern technology as it affects their law practices. Because only six lawyers commented ...

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