Amy Brittain, The Washington Post Published 2:47 pm PDT, Thursday, August 9, 2018 Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Zach Gibson Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh meets with congressional leaders in Washington on July 24. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh meets with congressional leaders in Washington on July 24. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Zach Gibson Inside Brett Kavanaugh's personal finances: credit card debts, $92,000 country-club fee 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In front of a law-school crowd in 2015, Brett Kavanaugh mentioned the success of a younger attorney who worked as his deputy in the White House and became the general counsel of Facebook in 2008. Kavanaugh, who was a federal appeals judge at the time, had never heard of the company. "That turned out to be a really good … [Read more...] about Inside Brett Kavanaugh’s personal finances: credit card debts, $92,000 country-club fee
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PUBLISHED: 11:18 11 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:21 11 April 2018 Karen Bethell North Norfolk cat sanctuary trustees Sandra Branch-Burbridge (left) and her son Zachary with supporter Linda Baldwin. The charity, which is fighting to stay at its Sheringwood home, is appealing for donations and volunteers. Photo: KAREN BETHELL Archant A north Norfolk animal sanctuary faced with the prospect of eviction from its Sheringham home is appealing for donations – and volunteers – to help keep it afloat. North Norfolk cat sanctuary trustee Sandra Branch-Burbridge with a resident. Photo: KAREN BETHELL North Norfolk Cats Lifeline Trust was founded nearly 25 years ago in the grounds of the home of former opera singer and teacher Gay Rees. After Mrs Rees died a year ago, the sanctuary’s future was called into question and its remaining trustees and volunteers launched a ‘Save our Sanctuary’ appeal asking for help to buy the land it is situated on. North Norfolk cat … [Read more...] about Decision “imminent” on the future of north Norfolk cat sanctuary
RICHMONDLet’s check in with the four new delegates from Hampton Roads just over halfway through their first session.Many of them expressed awe at the office and the historic Capitol designed by Jefferson and the little stuff – like the official stationery.They also said it was a lot harder to pass bills than they thought. They submitted 42 bills, and 11 of them have passed the House.The 25 percent passage rate is all part of the freshman experience. Republican House Majority Leader Todd Gilbert said it takes time for lawmakers to learn how the legislative process works, and how to build relationships with other lawmakers to get things passed.“People come in here with a ton of bright ideas that they think are a magical fix to whatever issue concerns them,” he said. “You don’t just get to come in and dictate to everybody else how the world works and what public policy looks like.”After Sen. Scott Surovell congratulated Del. Kathy Tran on her … [Read more...] about Freshman delegates learn even the simplest of bills are tough to pass in Virginia General Assembly
Home Daily News LawyerSmack is reinventing the way lawyers… Legal Technology By Ari Kaplan Posted March 16, 2018, 8:00 am CDT Ari Kaplan Ari Kaplan speaks with Keith Lee, a lawyer and author in Birmingham, Alabama, who has been blogging for eight years and recently created LawyerSmack, a private community for attorneys interested in discussing practice-related issues with their peers in real time. This Q&A has been condensed. Ari Kaplan: Tell us about the genesis of LawyerSmack. Keith Lee: As my blog, Associate’s Mind, became more popular, the one component that I really enjoyed was communicating with people, and eventually that expanded to social media. What I wanted, however, was a place for lawyers to get together and discuss their careers openly, freely, and without fear of repercussions. That led to LawyerSmack, which I started in 2016. Once you become a member, most of the communication takes place on Slack, which is an internal messaging tool for teams that … [Read more...] about LawyerSmack is reinventing the way lawyers communicate