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Letters To The Editor

Synthetic stucco maker to respond to critics Dear Editor: I just received a copy of the article titled, “Consumers Clamor to Sue Synthetic-Stucco Makers” [VLW, 12/3/01]. The article is yet another example of the misinformation being circulated by certain members ...

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Letter To The Editor

New Law On Liens In Divorce May Hurt Families Dear Editor: Effective July 1, 2001, an amendment to an existing Virginia law involving attorneys’ fees has been expanded to the possible detriment of children and families. This expansion allows attorneys ...

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VSB should not take position on political issues Dear Editor: I read with dismay the article in the March 5 issue of Virginia Lawyers Weekly indicating that the Virginia State Bar Council is considering supporting a moratorium on the death ...

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Letter To The Editor

Dear Editor: I applaud former VSB President Mr. Ed Lowry for recommending that the bar study the manner in which the death penalty is applied in Virginia. Since it falls solely to our profession to operate the State’s machinery of ...

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Letter To The Editor

Dear Editor: Your Jan. 29 column on “The Life and Legacy of Chief Justice John Marshall” provided a welcome break from the 21st century. While few would dispute that his tenure as chief justice was the “most significant in the ...

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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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