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CLE Calendar The Introduction to Virginia's Sentencing Guidelines seminar is designed for the attorney or criminal justice professional who is new to sen- tencing guidelines. The seminar will begin with general background infor- mation and progress to detailed infor- mation on scoring each of the guidelines factors. The seminars scheduled are: FEBRUARY 16, 2012—RICHMOND Supreme Court of Virginia 100 N. 9th Street MARCH 22, 2012—PORTSMOUTH Department of Social Services 1701 High Street MARCH 30, 2012—FAIRFAX Fairfax County Government Center 12000 Government Center Parkway Virginia CLE Calendar Virginia CLE will sponsor the following continuing legal education courses. For details, see /seminars.htm. February 22 Legal Ethics in the Modern World Live—Charlottesville/Webcast/Telephone NOON–2 PM February 23 Trust Administration 2012 Live—Richmond 9 AM–4:15 PM February 23 Advanced Conflict Resolution Skills: Taking Negotiation Skills to a New Level Telephone 9 AM–12:10 PM February 29 Legal Ethics in the Modern World Telephone 10 AM–NOON 8 VIRGINIA LAWYER | February 2012 | Vol. 60 March 1 Leadership for Lawyers Telephone NOON–2 PM March 2–3 Sixteenth Annual Advanced Real Estate Seminar Live—Williamsburg March 6 Elder Law Basics 2012 Video—Abingdon, Alexandria, Charlottesville, Richmond, Roanoke, Tysons Corner, Virginia Beach 9 AM–4:10 PM March 7 Intellectual Property Litigation Basics for Everyone Webcast/Telephone NOON–2 PM ADVERTISEMENT APRIL 5, 2012—ABINGDON Southwest VA Higher Education Center One Partnership Circle, VA Highlands Community College APRIL 17, 2012—HENRICO Henrico Training Center 7701 E. Parham Road Virginia Lawyer publishes at no charge notices of continuing legal education programs sponsored by nonprofit bar associations and government agencies. The next issue will cover April 16, 2012, through July 20, 2012. Send information by March 9 to For other CLE opportunities, see Virginia CLE offerings below and "Current Virginia Approved Courses" at http://www.vsb .org/site/members/mcle-courses/ or the websites of commercial providers. National Legal Research Group CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA Brief Writing a Chore? I have spent thirty years repre- senting a large federal agency in EEO and other kinds of cases in federal district and appellate courts. Over the last twenty years, I have been attorney of record in over 150 cases in the federal appellate courts. Let me do what I do best: write persuasive briefs and memoranda, while you build your practice servicing and representing your clients. Writing samples available. David G. Karro 703/963-8775

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