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Ventura Highway

Adma Moura’s path from au pair to PI attorney

Title 911

Felice Duffy’s Title IX work started with fighting for the right to play

Second Acts

James Diamond explores options for restorative justice after mass shootings

The Complete and Total Badass

Nina Pirrotti on fighting the good fight

All the Livelong Day

George J. Cahill Jr. reflects on his tenure working on the railroad

The Bulldog and the Scholar

How Tara Knight and Hugh Keefe became Connecticut’s criminal law power couple

The Real Power

Nisha Mungroo isn’t here for the paycheck

'A Quick Education'

The case that introduced Michael Cacace to the transgender community and to the law

Becoming Josh Koskoff

Before he could succeed, the third-generation lawyer had to stop trying to be his father and grandfather 

'Sunlight is the Best Disinfectant'

DeVaughn Ward exposes shady prison practices

Going Forward

Uswah Khan on serving justice one family at a time

Crosscourt Shot

Family lawyer and U.S. Open mainstay Richard Kent has written three tennis books

Dedicated Duo

How Meghan Freed and Kristen Marcroft are demystifying LGBT family law

Discovery with Sergei Lemberg

Consumer advocate, Sox fanatic and pickle lover Sergei Lemberg belongs to no political party—but still looks up to President Obama.

Practicality Over Profundity

Land use lawyer Diane Whitney is all about common-sense solutions

Diversity, not Divinity

Rotating careers and keeping true to self launched Don H. Liu