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The VLW Quick 10: New Lawyer Law Firms (access required)

The latest group of new lawyers to take and pass the Virginia Bar Exam has been announced. We salute them for this accomplishment – you can find the complete listing of our newest brothers and sisters at the bar on ...

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The VLW Quick 10: Things we will miss about Alan Cooper (access required)

Our colleague and friend Alan Cooper retired on Sept. 2. After 30-some years as a reporter for the Richmond News-Leader, then the Richmond Times-Dispatch, he joined us as our News Editor in 2005. Here are the top 10 things we ...

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The VLW Quick 10: Craziest Job Interview Questions

Law firm recruiters looking to spice up their fall interviews may be inspired by this list of creative questions purportedly posed by some employers. This compilation by CBSMoneyWatch.com may seem a little wacky, but human-resources experts say questions like these ...

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The VLW Quick 10: VSB Scenes (access required)

Virginia Lawyers Weekly has been making the scene at the beach and on the boardwalk since 1986. Here’s a Quick10 recap of memorable moments from our “Scenes” coverage of past annual meetings. 1. Then, now and later. In 1995, a ...

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The VLW Quick 10: How to write better emails (access required)

E-mail is a great business relationship tool. It is handy and quick. It escapes the limitations of time zones. It creates a time-dated written record. Of course, there are times when folks should just pick up the phone and have ...

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The VLW Quick 10: New Lawyer law firms (access required)

The people who passed the February 2010 Virginia bar exam were sworn in last Monday in a special ceremony held in Richmond. We offer our congratulations once again. Here’s some good news: We’ve seen some slight improvement in the job ...

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Quick 10: Memorable litigants   (access required)

Here at Virginia Lawyers Weekly, we occasionally are entertained by some of the more memorable names we see, in case captions or press releases. Whether these are given names, or names fashioned by the particular litigant in question, we can’t ...

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