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Herring wins recount, takes office

The House of Delegates today swore in Del. Charniele Herring after her recount victory was confirmed by a three-judge panel in Alexandria Circuit Court.  “We only wonder what took you so long,” quipped House Speaker William Howell as Herring was ...

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Regent moot team returns with honors

The strong appellate advocacy program at Regent’s law school has struck again, returning from a national competition with a second place trophy and a best oralist honor for one of its participants. Law students Lindsey Powdrell and Elizabeth Fabick carried ...

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Drumbl to lecture at Oxford

Washington & Lee law professor Mark Drumbl is scheduled to deliver the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society Lecture at Oxford University Jan. 28. Drumbl will address the limitations of criminal law in the aftermath of atrocity in the lecture ...

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Notice of Settlement? (access required)

Stephen T. Conrad’s legacy may be a requirement that insurance companies notify Virginia claimants when they send settlement funds to the claimants’ lawyers. But Conrad’s former clients are unlikely to recoup most of their losses from his larcenous practices. Conrad ...

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Med-mal plaintiffs get flexibility (access required)

A plaintiff suing over the death of a family member now has more flexibility in advancing his claim against medical providers based on a new ruling from the Supreme Court of Virginia. The Jan. 16 decision addresses a lawsuit that ...

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