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294 pass February 2012 Bar Exam

The Virginia Board of Bar Examiners has released the names of the 294 applicants who passed the February 2012  exam. The list includes a section for exam-takers who passed but are not being licensed at this time due to outstanding ...

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W&M dean explains drop in U.S. News rankings (access required)

The College of William & Mary law school sank eight spots in the annual rankings compiled by U.S. News & World Report, and the school’s dean says the drop is due to the number of graduates who are unemployed. Dean ...

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Dean explains William & Mary’s slip in rankings

College of William & Mary law dean Davison M. Douglas says the school’s drop on the U.S. News & World Report list this year resulted primarily from the number of unemployed graduates. The W&M law school fell from 27th to ...

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A modest proposal?

Years ago, lawyers majored in law in college then took the bar and went on to their legal careers. Anymore, of course, a degree from a law school is required to sit for the bar. Here’s one from the Everything ...

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ASL names new dean

The Appalachian School of Law has appointed LSU law Prof. Lucy McGough as its eighth dean. McGough will succeed Clinton Shinn who returns to teaching as of June 30. McGough has been on the Louisiana State faculty for more than ...

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Spy camera possibly used for heist of law school files

The law student suspected of a break-in at the U.Va. registrar’s office may have used a hidden camera to spy on activities in the office. But the student’s plan seems to have backfired. As The Daily Progress reports, court records ...

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Spy camera possibly used for heist of law school files

The law student suspected of a break-in at the U.Va. registrar’s office may have used a hidden camera to spy on activities in the office. But the student’s plan seems to have backfired. As The Daily Progress reports, court records ...

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Looking back on 2011: The year in legal news (access required)

The reversal of a 20-year-old noncompete case lead the case news from Virginia Lawyers in 2011. Much of the first half of year featured news from the General Assembly. Officials at the Virginia State Bar sparred with legislators over $5 ...

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