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With the law changing every day, Barry Greenberg and his team created an online crisis-response center—in one day
Before leading his firm’s independent investigation into the Freddie Gray killing, Jason Downs shattered superior court success-rate averages as a public defender in D.C.
Clients often say that to Jeff Nusinov; they’re often wrong
Cheryl Hepfer bloodied her forehead against glass ceilings so the next class of women lawyers didn’t have to
Discovery with Jemi Cho
The horrific crime that made a lawyer out of Steven Kelly
The multidisciplined life of Saidah Grimes
Cecilia Paizs passed three different bar exams on the first try—if she didn’t already have a gold medal, we’d give her one.
Lawyer-photographer Leslie Billman went from snapping still lifes to capturing the world’s most dynamic athletes
What’s the long-term effect of true-crime series like Serial and Making a Murderer? C. Justin Brown mostly sees positives
Six African-American attorneys on rising up in the backyard of Thurgood Marshall—and navigating Baltimore’s legal landscape, before and after Freddie Gray
Levin & Gann’s first female managing partner keeps things steady with levelheaded calmness
Meet Gary Leibowitz, who runs a one-stop agent-and-lawyer shop for athlete clients
What tax attorney Caroline Ciraolo learned at the DOJ
Montgomery County family law magistrate Bibi Berry says attorneys guided by the core value of steadfast integrity can do no wrong
Steven Widdes lightened the mood with self-deprecating humor
As lawyer John Cord and his wife, Kelly, were working their way through their bucket list, they decided it was time to open their doors to a foster child
How Richard Goldberg and David Shuster got terminating sanctions in a bankruptcy case