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Easement is available

Dear Editor: A distinguished circuit court judge, who sits in a rural jurisdiction, said to me not long ago that it is the duty of all lawyers, in order to assure the future viability of the legal profession, to create ...

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NN Lawyer Wants The Final Word

Dear Editor: I retired from the practice of law on July 31, 1998. I recently saw your March 6 article, entitled, “VSB Discipline: Firm Size Makes a Difference.” The opening paragraph states, “A three-year statistical study of Virginia’s lawyer discipline ...

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Lawyer Takes Issue With Salary Story

Dear Editor: Your Oct. 25 article about competition among Virginia’s largest corporate law firms for the most astronomical salary for new lawyers begins with the sentence: “Competition among law firms for the best new lawyers is heating up.” Your belief ...

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ASA also offers valuable real estate credential

Dear Editor: Your recent article, “Using Experts in Family Law Practice,”(Aug. 31, 1998) noted that “when it comes to real estate appraisals, the standard credential sought by lawyers is the ‘MAI’ designation…”. The American Society of Appraisers represents more than ...

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Where's Woodrow?

Dear Editor: I just finished reading your Sept. 7 issue and have one question. What happened to poor Woodrow? You began your article on page B-3 (“Fall Travel: Go visit a famous lawyer’s home”) with a statement that the homes ...

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