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‘Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame’ inaugural class named


Virginia Lawyers Weekly is proud to announce the inaugural class of the Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame. Membership in the Hall of Fame is reserved for Virginia lawyers age 60 and older. Criteria for inclusion in the Hall include: * ...

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Editorial: An important reminder

If you search the Rules of Professional Conduct,  you won’t find any references to the need to take care of yourself and your health. You won’t find any reference to the fact that law is a stressful profession and that ...

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10 for ’18

WILLIAMSBURG – The Virginia Law Foundation added 10 new Fellows to its ranks on Jan. 18, when the VLF held its annual Fellows dinner in conjunction with the kick-off of the Virginia Bar Association’s winter meeting. Induction as a Fellow ...

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Snakes…why’d it have to be snakes?

It’s a federal crime to sell wildlife across state lines. Just ask Jonathan Benson, formerly of Greenville, South Carolina, who pleaded guilty to same this month. He got five years of probation and a $5,000 fine. The state lines involved ...

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Editorial: A sledgehammer or a scalpel?

Students at several of the commonwealth’s public universities got a surprise on their cell phones last fall: A text message urged them to register to vote, and to support the local Democrat running for the House of Delegates. The students’ ...

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Editorial: Put an end to client-shaming

Election season is stupid season, here and elsewhere. Be glad it ended last month. Here’s a plea to politicians and political types as they get ready for the next inevitable cycle: When a political candidate is a lawyer, he or ...

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