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Profiles in Ethics (access required)

Jill Wells of the American National Lawyers Insurance Reciprocal sent along this item. Someone needs a refresher course in PR, or perhaps Criminal Law. ANLIR and the Virginia State Bar sponsor a series of free ethics seminars in March and ...

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Slaw Review (access required)

Finally! Central Virginia has been heard from in Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s barbecue search. “Lynchburg is not lost,” proclaimed Scotty Scott in an e-mail message. What he called “an excellent source of ‘cue”–the Silver Pig, has reopened in Madison Heights, across ...

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Monica? No, Meineke (access required)

Whitewater prosecutor Ken Starr will be in Richmond tomorrow. He won’t be following up on the Kathleen Willey leads, nor will he be searching for scoop on the first couple. Instead, he’ll be a plain ol’ lawyer arguing an appeal ...

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Slaw Review (access required)

Yet more barbecue sightings–or should we say tastings?–have been reported from sundry locations in Virginia. Robin Ray Coll, assistant department head of the Navy’s Legal Assistance Department in Norfolk, recommended Short Sugar’s on Riverside Drive in Danville. “The chopped plate ...

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The Name Game (access required)

The list for the successful candidates who passed the February bar exam is out, with hearty congratulations to the 56.1 percent who passed. For a complete listing, see page B-11 of this issue. And a new bar list means it’s ...

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Breaking Bad (access required)

Pity the fool government attorney who goes into the Norfolk federal courtroom of Judge Henry Morgan without the goods. On April 16, Morgan dismissed all 31 felony bank fraud charges against Sen. Richard J. Holland, D-Isle of Wight, and his ...

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Barbecue Over America (access required)

Virginia Lawyers Weekly’s Barbecue Search started out as an in-state adventure, but our readers continue to submit entries from other places that they don’t want us to miss. O.K., O.K. Just stay south of the Mason-Dixon line. Perennial traveler Mike ...

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