Archive for October, 2011

Can a Lawyer Blog?

From the title of the blog, I should probably amend it to ask whether a lawyer “may” blog as opposed to “can” blog.¬† I jest because I find that application of the rules governing lawyer advertising seem designed for fifth graders and¬†zombies with a pulse (obligatory Halloween reference). It would be remiss if I did […]


Upcoming Career Panel and IP CLE Presentation at W&M

Looking forward to participating in the Virginia Bar Association’s Fall Career Panel and Intellectual Property CLE Presentation at William & Mary School of Law on November 10, 2011. For the first half, I am a speaker on a Career Panel geared to law students. In the second half, I am moderating a panel on “P.R.O.T.E.C.T. […]


Foreign Attorneys in Virginia?

Given the nationalization (and globalization) of various elements of our society over the past sixty years (e.g., WalMart, network television, interstate highways, Hollywood), the legal profession stands in stark contrast. While, to many, the crossing of a state border is an artificial construct, states have maintained a hold on the practice of lawyers, regulating anyone, […]