This weekend in Williamsburg had plenty of highs and lows, the lows relating mainly to the fact that my term on the board of governors of The Virginia Bar Association is ended and I am now official a has-been.
The most powerful part of the weekend by far was the presentation on understanding veterans, with the images and personal accounts from the people who have been over there, and those who have treated the ones who have been over there.
Also, the real estate litigation lecture by some guy from Newport News was fascinating - that outline will get saved to the archives and e-mailed to everyone in the firm (wait, can I do that?) - it was one of those presentations that was so full of useful information that it kind of wore me out.
And, there was the roast of Mike Pace on Saturday night, but they say what happens at Providence Hall, stays at Providence Hall.