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Category Archives: VA Legislature

Ignorance Ain’t Bliss on the Road

When I was a freshman in college I was not allowed a car on campus. So one cold night in December, during finals, a whole bunch of us wanted McDonalds, which was about 3 miles off campus down Richmond Road, the main road in Williamsburg. As none of us had cars, I volunteered to bike … Read More

If You Post It- They Will Win

If You Post It- They Will Win We’ve all heard the warnings: “Don’t post that to Facebook, everyone can see it.” In this day of instant gratification of information it is not uncommon for employers, clients, significant others, family, and friends to “stalk” others on social media. That picture of you with a lamp shade … Read More

Be Careful What You Wish For

Every single day I go through a mini panic attack when I get back home to my apartment. The worry that courses through my veins comes from the anxiety of parallel parking, something that has been taken out of the modern driver’s education program. Sure, I’ve listened to my parents explain the process and read … Read More

Become the Master, Student Does

Education never ends. Every day we learn something new, whether it be how to properly sauté onions, how to turn the flashlight on our iPhone, or how to say “Where is the bathroom?” in Turkish. (For the record it’s “Nerede banyo”.) This goes for professionals as well. An attorney’s education does not cease once they’ve … Read More

“Trial by Jury” Under Attack in Virginia

When we introduced the blog last week we promised to highlight current events that we believe effect our clients — positively or negatively.   Unfortunately our first topic discusses pending legislation making it’s way through the VA legislative process, that we believe could adversely effect our fundamental rights as citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia… the … Read More