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Job market for law grads shows improvement (access required)

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The job market for Virginia law school graduates improved modestly from 2016 to 2017, based on an analysis of data published by the American Bar Association and the National Association for Law Placement. While statistics for the class of 2018 ...

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The duty to protect others (access required)


A sharply divided Supreme Court of Virginia says those who assume a duty to guard against criminal harm can be liable only if they communicate their undertaking. A four-justice majority of the high court affirmed dismissal of a lawsuit against ...

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Boosting lawyer wellness (access required)


The Supreme Court of Virginia is proposing a “modest assessment” of Virginia lawyers to pay for a dramatic expansion of the state’s malnourished lawyer assistance program that battles substance abuse and mental health issues. The court approved a strategic plan ...

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How to create a long, boring meeting (access required)


By Susan Letterman White BridgeTower Media Newswires “It’s pretty nice outside; we could be somewhere else right now” – this statement is what almost everyone in your meeting will be saying if you heed the following advice. Want to have ...

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