Articles Written by Joan Hennessy

Luigi Ciuffetelli


Forget a sports car—Heather Hostetter and Amy Strent made the most of a “mid-life crisis” when they struck out on their own

Featuring Heather Q. Hostetter, …

Stephen Voss

Masters of the Insurance Universe

Lorelie S. Masters is an insurance lawyer by day, social activist by night—and in 2014, the overachieving moonlighter added political candidate, too

Featuring Lorelie S. Masters

Luigi Ciuffetelli

Not The Secretary, The Assistant, The Typist, The Helpmate

Even though lawyering is in her blood, in the male-dominated legal world of the 1970s, M. Natalie McSherry had to prove all the things she wasn’t before she could prove what she was

Featuring M. Natalie McSherry

Stephen Voss

The Culture Changer

Personal injury attorney Salvatore Zambri remembers the most important thing about clients

Featuring Salvatore J. Zambri

Luigi Ciuffetelli

The Humanizer

Criminal defense attorney Rene Sandler has one job: defend

Featuring Rene Sandler

Luigi Ciuffetelli

The Quiet Man

A family law case with Michael G. Hendler means intelligent dialogue and client resolution

Featuring Michael G. Hendler

Luigi Ciuffetelli


Employment lawyer Kathleen Cahill shakes things up locally and nationally

Featuring Kathleen Cahill

Compassion for the Client

Amy Fisch Solomon takes on Bayer, Disney and the ‘learned intermediary defense’

Featuring Amy Fisch Solomon

The Devil and Paul Mark Sandler

For the noted trial attorney, argument, in its scholarly sense, is central to his life

Featuring Paul Mark Sandler

Speak Softly, Shatter a Glass Ceiling

Anne Marie Whittemore and the charisma of quiet competence

Featuring Anne Marie Whittemore

Bright Knight

Why Stephen Bright makes sure no one stands alone

Featuring Stephen B. Bright

The Lawyer Who Cleaned Up Baseball

Charles Scheeler on The Wire, WorldCom and the worst middle seat ever

Featuring Charles P. Scheeler

Grace Under Fire

Family law attorney Betty Moore Sandler's goal is to bring people to consensus ... and to cheer on Kentucky basketball  

Featuring Betty Moore Sandler

Roberts' Rules of Order

As a child, Michele Roberts was fascinated with trial lawyers. Now she’s one of the best


The Gentleman

Paul Bekman puts people at ease—which works well with allies and even better on opponents

Featuring Paul D. Bekman

The Meat Cutter's Daughter

Lisa A. Bertini on delis, Fabio and the terror of hanging your own shingle

Featuring Lisa A. Bertini

The Complete Trial Lawyer

How Arnold Weiner brought down a vice president, rehabilitated a congressman and won the preakness stakes

Featuring Arnold M. Weiner

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