Virginia Lawyer Magazine - February 2012
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After 100 Years, Bar Examiners Still Protecting the Public
by Gordon Hickey
Family Law Section
No Higher Calling than the Practice of Family Law
by Frank W. Rogers III
The Intersection of Family Law and Immigration: Virginia and the Big Picture
by Lynne Marie Kohm
Contempt: The Court’s Inherent Enforcement Power
by Mitchell D. Broudy
“Temporary Absence”: A Continuing Obstacle to Clarity in Child Custody Jurisdiction
by Peter W. Buchbauer and Lawrence P. Vance
When is Separate Maintenance Applicable?
by Ronald R. Tweel and Elizabeth P. Coughter
Jurisdiction: The Word of Too Many Meanings
by Charles E. Powers
Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession (Part II)
by Clarence M. Dunnaville Jr.
Virginia Legal Aid Is on Triage: Lawyers Can Help by Participating in IOLTA
by Dawn Chase
- Pro Bono Ceremony Travels to Historic Petersburg
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The Salem Civic Center was used as a bar exam test site on July 25, 2005, while work was being done at the Roanoke test site. Photo by W. Scott Street III.