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Dahnk: A Different Kind Of VSB Leader (access required)

It was a splendid day in Fredericksburg on May 19. Sunlight beckoned from the large windows of the Glover & Dahnk law firm on Princess Anne Street. “It’s a Hollywood day. It never looks like this,” said Jean P. “Jeannie” ...

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Top ?Young Lawyer' Gives Back To Community (access required)

VIRGINIA BEACH—For most young big-firm associates, the dual demands of the years-long effort to make partner while raising a family are plenty; few can carve out large chunks of time to pursue demanding volunteer work. Richard H. Ottinger, however, has ...

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Family Law Section Honors Judge Lewis (access required)

VIRGINIA BEACH—Spotsylvania Juvenile & Domestic Relations Judge J. Dean Lewis received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Virginia State Bar’s Family Law Section at the VSB Annual Meeting June 20. Established in 1993, the Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes and honors ...

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DiMuro Looks Back At His Year As VSB Head (access required)

When Alexandria lawyer Bernard J. DiMuro took the oath as Virginia State Bar president last year, one of his goals was to educate the nonlawyers in the General Assembly about judicial independence. A year before, that seemed an academic issue, ...

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'A Failure To Cooperate' (access required)

Message to lawyers: The stakes for ignoring a Virginia State Bar investigation became higher in April. That’s when a Richmond lawyer who largely failed to respond to the VSB until the day of his Disciplinary Board hearing became the first ...

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Ask The Experts (access required)

Ask the Experts is a regular feature of Lawyers Weekly’s Online Forum. The following questions and answers were taken from an installment focusing on technology. The questions came from members of the Forum. The answers were provided by our two ...

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E-Mail, Cellphones Can Be Trap For Unwary (access required)

Cellphones, personal computers and e-mail are wonderful tools for helping lawyers increase productivity, communicate more frequently and manage their businesses. Unfortunately, technological innovation also has created many potential risks that are easily discounted or ignored in daily practice. Being mindful ...

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