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Recipe for a happy law career: avoid big firms

The U.Va. law school class of 1990 has been under a microscope, of sorts.  Now we get the lab report. A newly-released study of job and life satisfaction for the law class showed that both career satisfaction and life satisfaction ...

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Suit to quit House for Williams Mullen job

Del. Terrie L. Suit, R-Virginia Beach, will leave the House of Delegates next month to take a lobbying job with Richmond-based Williams Mullen, reports the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Suit (right) will work with the government relations team, headed by former Attorney General Jerry ...

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60 years of practice

Williams Mullen partner Robert C. Nusbaum of Norfolk was honored this week for 60 years of service to his clients. As reported by The Virginian-Pilot, his colleagues showered the 84-year-old Nusbaum with accolades. “He’s unwavering,” said Howard Gordon, a partner ...

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Fair warning

It’s a sad story well-known to the legal profession — a law office victimized by a dishonest staffer. In this South Carolina case, it was two separate law firms who had to scramble to make things right after Caroline Keys ...

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