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Virginia Lawyer Magazine - February 2014

Volume 62/Number 7

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General Interest


Pilgrimage to the D-Day Beaches*
by Sharon D. Nelson

D-Day Memorial Honors the Bedford Boys
by Linda S. Westenburger

2014: A Year of Significant Change for Health Insurance
by Robert Spicknall

Guidance Through Maze of Personal Insurance
by Daniel L. Rosenthal

Georgia Continues to Build on Virginia’s Model
by Gordon Hickey

 

Family Law


Cohabitation, Gay Marriage, Equal Access, Equitable Distribution: Family Law’s Greatest Hits
by Carl J. Witmeyer II

Do All Virginians Have Equal Access to the Courts?
by Richard E. Garriott Jr.

Marriage, State Domestic Regulations Power and Family Strength
by Lynne Marie Kohm

Enactment of Virginia’s Equitable Distribution Law: A Memoir in Mixed Metaphors
by Donald K. Butler

The Repeal of the Cohabitation Statute and Child Custody Cases
by Afshin Farashahi

 

Noteworthy

VSB News
Nominations Sought for Committee Vacancies
VSB Techshow

People
In Memoriam
Local and Specialty Bar Elections

The Virginia Law Foundation Inducts Fellows Class of 2014
2014 John C. Kenny Pro Bono Award

Nominations Sought for Virginia Legal Aid Award and Oliver White Hill Law Student Pro Bono Award

Et Al.
Is there a Pro Bono Gap in Virginia?
Call for Nominations: VSB Conference Awards

Columns

President’s Message
Executive Director’s Message
Law Libraries
Technology and the Practice of Law

Departments

CLE Calendar
Professional Notices
Classified Ads
Rediscover the VSB Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting website

 

*The Virginia State Bar Midyear Legal Seminars are paid for solely by the participants and not by bar dues.

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Virginia State Bar members at the Midyear Legal Seminar in France last November visited the beaches of Normandy. Among their stops was the American Cemetery and Memorial, where 307 tombstones bear the inscription, “Here rests in honored glory a fallen comrade, known but to God.”  Photo by Sharon D. Nelson