A new top legal hire at the University of Virginia is proof positive that pointing out flaws with a future employer may sound like a bad move—but it isn’t always.
Timothy Heaphy, a former top federal prosecutor who was critical of UVA’s handling of last year’s violent protests in Charlottesville, has been tapped to be the school’s chief lawyer.
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