Since I joined Virginia Lawyers Weekly in 1988, we have published more than 1,200 issues. I figure during that time (and counting my work at the Lawyer Weekly papers in Michigan, North Carolina and South Carolina), I have written more than 2,500 bylined articles.
Some stories are memorable, some aren’t. More than once, I’ve gone on our website, looking for an old article. I stumble across something else, read it and said, “Hey, that’s pretty good. Who wrote it?” My byline will appear at the end. I’ve also found a story and said, “Ooh, this is just terrible. Who wrote it?” And my byline will appear at the end.
Readers who remember vinyl records will recall that back in the day, an artist would issue a “Best of…” or “Greatest Hits” album that would have about 12 or 13 tracks. When CDs became popular, the number of songs included ballooned to 18 or 20.
Here is the CD version, with 20 of my favorite stories I’ve written. I hope you enjoy them.
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