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Drumbl to lecture at Oxford

Washington & Lee law professor Mark Drumbl is scheduled to deliver the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Lecture at Oxford University Jan. 28. Drumbl will address the limitations of criminal law in the aftermath of atrocity in the lecture ...

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VLF inducts new Fellows

WILLIAMSBURG—The Virginia Law Foundation inducted 15 new Fellows last night at its annual dinner. The inductees were: • William L. Botts III, Rappahannock Legal Services, Fredericksburg • Ann T. Burks, Ethyl Corporation (retired), Richmond • Lori Elliott Jarvis, Hunton & ...

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Portsmouth courthouse reopens

Officials hope Portsmouth Circuit Court will be open for business today. The Virginian-Pilot reports the court closed at noon yesterday because the heat hadn’t been working for two days. City officials say the heat is working properly now, and court ...

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Law office fracas leads to charge

It must have been an exciting day at Black, Noland & Read in Staunton when Steven Frenger came looking for legal help back in July. According to the Waynesboro News Virginian, Frenger became agitated and forcibly held one attorney captive ...

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