Virginia Lawyer Magazine - February 2010

Volume 58/No7


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International Practice Section

Global Law and Global Challenges
by Stuart S. Malawer

Cyber Warfare: Law and Policy Proposals for U.S. and Global Governance
by Stuart S. Malawer

The Aftermath of Terrorism: Rule of Law Applies to Detainees in U.S. and U.K.
by Robert H. Wagstaff

European Union Law, the European Convention, and Human Rights
by Nicholas Bamforth

Barking Up the Wrong Tree: Current Challenges in International Environmental Law
by Catherine P. MacKenzie

Virginia Journal of International Law Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary
by Demetra Karamanos




VSB News
Bench-Bar Celebration Dinner
Local Bar Elections

In Memoriam

Et Al.
Judicial System Posts Court Rules Online


President’s Message
Bar Counsel’s Message
Ethics Watch
Conference of Local Bar Associations
Young Lawyers Conference
Senior Lawyers Conference
Law Libraries
Consultus Electronica


CLE Calendar
Crossword Puzzle

Access to Legal Services

  • Two Northern VA Legal Aid Corporations Merge
  • Arlington Elder Law Program Can Inspire Other Bars
  • Legal Education Prepares Students to Weather Tough Times
  • Young Lawyers: In Bad Times, Expand Your Skills
  • On-the-Job Training Opportunities for Lawyers


The “Debt Collection: Serving and Supporting the U.S. Economy” in the December 2009 issue of Virginia Lawyer, misidentified the state represented by the late Congressman Frank Annunzio. He was from Illinois.

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Ships docked at the Portsmouth Marine Terminal, one of three cargo terminals owned and operated by the Virginia Port Authority and its operating unit, Virginia International Terminals, in Hampton Roads. The Port of Virginia, with its deep channels and access to railways, is the third busiest on the East Coast of the United States. Photo by Bill Dickinson of Sky Noir Photography. See more of his work at