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Attorneys’ stories show sexual harassment remains a problem in law firms (access required)


As Rachel reflects back on the various instances during her legal career in which she’s experienced sexual harassment, she notices a theme. There was the law professor who made inappropriate comments to female students. The night, while she was still ...

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Caseload study recommends added judgeships (access required)


Virginia needs 28 more trial court judges than it currently funds, a caseload study shows. The study, performed at the behest of the General Assembly, says there is a current need for a total of 435 judges in Virginia courthouses. ...

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Must-have Apple Watch and iPhone apps for lawyers (access required)


The iPhone celebrated its 10-year anniversary this year. In 2017, a decade after its release, it’s still the most popular smartphone with lawyers according to the recently released American Bar Association’s 2017 Legal Technology Survey Report. Of the lawyers surveyed, ...

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Bar drops proposal for new duty for prosecutors (access required)


A Virginia State Bar committee has backed away from a proposed ethical duty for prosecutors not to present defendants with a “needle-in-a-haystack” search for exculpatory evidence. The VSB Standing Committee on Legal Ethics withdrew proposed Legal Ethics Opinion 1888 in ...

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Standing up for social justice (access required)


CHARLOTTESVILLE – Four months after Heather Heyer was killed at a protest spawned by a white nationalist rally in this city, her mother still weeps. In the offices of the Miller Law Group where Heyer worked as a paralegal, Susan ...

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