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Thawing the judicial freeze may be hard (access required)

Lobbyists know that legislators pay attention to pain. There’s plenty of pain to go around these days, as members of Virginia’s General Assembly gird their loins for the start to the 2011 legislative session. Lawyers who want to get legislators’ ...

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4th Circuit judges give help with ‘Rule of Law’ project

Middle and high school students around Virginia are getting schooled in the importance of the law through the Virginia Bar Association’s Rule of Law project. Events this month have exposed students to the unique government lesson in Petersburg, the Charlottesville ...

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Busch wants VBA to help veterans (access required)

Virginia Bar Association President Steve Busch wants the VBA to do for veterans what it already does for the needy and hungry – to help by raising money and awareness. Busch has issued a call to action to members of ...

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12 Steps, 25 Years: Lawyers Helping Lawyers marks anniversary (access required)

In its 25 years of serving impaired attorneys, Lawyers Helping Lawyers has reached out to lawyers wherever they can: at home, in the office, even in judges’ chambers. But one longtime supporter says they’ve only touched the “tip of the ...

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VBA Diversity Job Fair set for August (access required)

The Virginia Bar Association will hold its fourth annual diversity job fair Aug. 21 at the Embassy Suites Richmond, 2925 Emerywood Parkway. The deadline for registering is June 14, and the $300 registration fee includes hotel accommodations for Friday night ...

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