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Second to None

To overcome racism, Elaine Johnson James' mother told her, she'd have to work harder than everybody else. She did. Featuring Elaine Johnson James

Small Pond

Six attorneys who found happiness in Florida’s quieter corners Featuring David L. Manz, ...

The Helping Habit

Lisa Kelley credits her mom with her dedication to volunteer work Featuring Elizabeth V. Kelley

On Life, Football and Second Chances

How Karl Pansler turned a personal tragedy into a mission to keep young lives on track Featuring Karl F. Pansler

Taking on 3M

Bryan Aylstock represents Army vets in a massive suit over combat earplugs Featuring Bryan F. Aylstock

The Company of Musicians

How a stint at a record label led Lorri Lomnitzer to intellectual property law Featuring Lorri Lomnitzer

Triple Threat

How a strategy for beating stress turned into a lifetime passion for Ironman athlete Lydia Harley  Featuring Lydia Harley

'You're on Mute'

Miami litigator Jeffrey Bast on the good, bad and ugly of video conferencing Featuring Jeffrey Bast

Someone People Want to Follow

Jaret Davis believes in the power of technology and the ability of humans to work together Featuring Jaret L. Davis

Family Matters

Jeanne Tate’s life’s work is about bringing parents and children together Featuring Jeanne T. Tate

'Because of Steve'

In life and law, Steve Pajcic has always set his sights on empowering others  Featuring Stephen J. Pajcic, III

Lawyer's Best Friend

How a poodle named Aristotle brings calm to Joel Feldman’s family law office Featuring Joel H. Feldman

Staying Grounded

Sarah Lahlou-Amine says taking on pro bono work can remind lawyers how fortunate they are Featuring Sarah Lahlou-Amine

Compassion, the Constitution and Queen

Discovery with Renee Thompson Featuring Reneé E. Thompson

'I Was So Ill I Didn't Know I Was Ill'

Ira Leesfield’s battle with COVID-19 gave him new perspective Featuring Ira H. Leesfield

New Heights

At 50, Mary Ruth Houston decided it was time to start climbing mountains Featuring Mary Ruth Houston

How Richard Schwamm Found His Voice

A childhood speech impediment couldn’t derail his dreams Featuring Richard B. Schwamm

First Things First

Carol LoCicero fights for her media clients’ constitutional rights Featuring Carol Jean LoCicero

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