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Putting LOMAP on the map (access required)

The Law Office Management Assistance Program took a giant leap forward when the Bar Council approved the LOMAP budget. One potential bug in the system received little discussion though. An issue that had been raised previously was whether lawyers who ...

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Skinny bones and all (access required)

The Bar Council approved a set of guidelines drafted by its UPL committee, in consultation with the SCC and the Virginia Real Estate Board. The drafting wasn’t easy. Chairperson Yvonne Weight said her committee had to put “flesh on some ...

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Just call him Dough-boy (access required)

Budget and Finance chair Bill Cremins (does he remind you of Robert Mitchum or what?) explained that the bar’s fiscal burdens would be lightened through a new revenue source. But don’t worry; the source isn’t the membership – at least ...

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Now more than ever (access required)

At Friday’s Pro Bono/Legal Aid Award Luncheon Friday, Court of Appeals Judge Jim Benton gave a reluctant but encouraging speech to those gathered for the annual meeting and award ceremony. Benton noted several times that he would rather be sitting ...

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Taking a stand (access required)

The 1997 Pro Bono/Legal Aid Award was given this year to Richmond lawyer Steven L. Myers, who has worked since 1992 as a public benefits specialist at the Virginia Poverty Law Center. Myers used the occasion of his acceptance to ...

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Hearsay (access required)

HOME ALONE Don Kent, former Alexandria circuit judge and current counsel to the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission, went before the Judicial Council last week. His topic? The number and kinds of complaints his office has received since he took ...

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Hearsay: All-Fairfax edition (access required)

MORE TIME FOR PAULA? Despite pouring gobs of dough into a television blitz, Fairfax lawyer Gil Davis finished fourth in last Tuesday’s balloting for the Republican nomination for attorney general. Sen Mark Earley of Chesapeake got the nod, proving the ...

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