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Blog Name / Description No. of Posts Last Activity
All Things ADR

Busy lawyers can become better negotiators.

The Joint Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee has worked since 1986 to further the many forms of ADR in Virginia.

These leaders of The Virginia Bar Association and the Virginia State Bar continue to write, publish and present lessons and relevant practice information -- not only of value to full-time neutrals, but to the legal community at large.

We hope you'll find elements in these posts that enhance your law practice and welcome your comments.

Guidelines for the entire VBA online presence are also important for the users of the All Things ADR blog. Guidelines for online participation.

31 11/20/2017
DEACTIVATED

The VBA's 2016 President, James Patrick Guy II, will be blogging during his term at the helm of Virginia first and largest voluntary statewide organization of lawyers, judges and law school faculty.

Comments and voting are welcome. Please follow the Online Community Rules.

1 2/29/2016
VBA Construction Law Blog

Welcome to the VBA Construction and Public Contracts Law Section blog.

Since its inception, the VBA Construction and Public Contracts Law Section has worked to provide its members with valuable services, from monitoring and promoting legislation affecting the construction and public contracting industries to providing informative seminars at VBA meetings. The Section also strives to keep the public informed on these matters by writing, publishing, and presenting on important current issues within our field. To that end, the Section has decided to provide that same quality information in a more accessible format by starting this blog, containing publications by section members on construction and public contracts issues. We hope you enjoy these posts.

All comments are subject to review. The webmaster has the ability to delete comments or restrict commentary for posts that are inappropriate. See Online Community Rules.

4 1/25/2016


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