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VIRGINIA GROWTH Richmond-based Sands Anderson Marks & Miller has gained a presence in Northern Virginia by merging with Schraub, Howell & Co. of McLean. Managing the three-lawyer office is Jonathan Schraub, 52. The new outpost is the 60-lawyer firm’s third new office in two years and one of its five locations in Virginia and North Carolina. — Lily Henning LEAVING THE GOVERNOR Hampton Dellinger, chief legal counsel to North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley (D), has joined Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice in Raleigh, N.C. Dellinger, 36, went to work for Easley in January 2001. At Womble Carlyle, he will work in the business litigation group. He is the son of Walter Dellinger, former acting U.S. solicitor general who now heads the appellate practice at O’Melveny & Myers. — Richard Barbieri SPECIAL PROMOTIONS Covington & Burling has promoted three lawyers to special counsel titles in offices outside of the District. In New York, Eulalia Mack, 39, securities and corporate law; in London, Christopher Walter, 37, employment law; and in Brussels, Geneviève Michaux, 37, European commercial and French food and drug law. — R.B. BALTIMORE HIRE Zuckerman Spaeder has added a lawyer in its Baltimore office. P. Andrew Torrez, 29, was most recently an associate at Covington & Burling, where he worked for five years. He clerked for Judge Lawrence Rodowsky of the Maryland Court of Appeals and wrote Off Base, a 1999 book about baseball. — R.B. TURNING CONSULTANT Richard Gary, who recently stepped down after an 11-year reign as Thelen Reid & Priest’s chairman, is exiting the firm to join Hildebrandt International as a law firm consultant. Gary, who turns 60 later this month, will start work in Hildebrandt’s San Francisco office on June 1. Thelen has worked closely with Hildebrandt consultants and its founder, Bradford Hildebrandt, in the past. The company, based in Somerset, N.J., helped broker the 1998 cross-country merger of San Francisco’s Thelen, Marrin, Johnson & Bridges and New York’s Reid & Priest, and has since advised the combined firm on growth and strategic issues. — Renee Deger

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