Monthly Archives: March 2010

Montpelier Today, Tomorrow the World

Today the Civics Education Commission will be meeting at James Madison’s Montpelier for a 2-day symposium on the state of civics education in Virginia. As the Chairman of the Commission, I’ll be nominally in charge (emphasis on “nominally”) as we … Continue reading

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Weekend in W’burg

Down in Williamsburg for the annual meeting of the Virginia Trial Attorneys Association.  VTLA represents several thousand attorneys trying criminal, divorce and injury cases.  The purpose of the weekend is to learn about the latest laws and court decisions, while mixing with … Continue reading

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Legal Work Running (or Ruining) My Life

Legal work has been in the news recently, especially with the Virginia AG  filing suit against the Federal government to enjoin the new U.S. health care laws in Virginia. Since we adourned the Assembly, the last ten days have been crazy busy at our law … Continue reading

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President Speaks at Patriot Center

I was lucky to have a front-row seat yesterday for the Patriot Center rally on behalf of President Obama.  The arena was close to full.  I’d estimate about 8,000 people there (capacity = 10,000).  There were not a lot of … Continue reading

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President Comes to Patriot Center

It’s March Madness in Fairfax this week. No, Jim Larranaga’s GMU Patriots did not make the NCAA tournament.  However, the President will be speaking at the Patriot Center tomorrow prior to the Congressional vote on health care reform.  Here is the info from … Continue reading

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