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Education opportunities

Feeling the urge to get out of the office?  Want to expand your legal knowledge base?  We have just the ticket. If you’re near Lexington on Tuesday, take in the annual Supreme Court Preview at the Washington and Lee law ...

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Scalia out of the no-comment closet

We’re still waiting for the Virginia Lawyers Weekly interview with Antonin Scalia, but if you have been wondering why the notably media-wary justice has suddenly embraced electronic attention (other than book promotion, of course), there’s this bite from a new ...

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…And justice for all. Enter by the side door, please.

The United States Supreme Court is one of the world’s most imposing government buildings. The facade is designed to impress, with 44 steps leading to the columned entrance. The Court’s own website describes the doors: “One can enter the building ...

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