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Changing the Balance

How Mala Rafik tips the scales toward plaintiffs in employee benefits litigation

An Everyday Guy from Dorchester

Neil Sugarman looks back on more than 50 years in the law

Keep Calm and Litigate On

Lisa Arrowood wins cases with tranquil intensit

An Interview with Lani Guinier

The Harvard law professor and civil rights activist talks about road-tripping with Clarence Thomas, the next generation of lawyers, and what still divides our country

J.D., JD

James “J.D.” Smeallie of Holland & Knight in Boston speaks out on athletic conference realignment litigation, leading the Boston Bar and being quoted in Sports Illustrated

The Details and the Big Picture

White-collar defender Karen F. Green has the rare ability to see both

Jason Allen Rosenberg’s Sense of Community

The real estate lawyer builds bridges with legal work and disability advocacy

The Code of Law

Former computer programmer Michael A. Albert of Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks has developed one of Massachusetts' most significant IP litigation practices

The Man Behind the Largest Pro Bono Effort in History

Leo Boyle knew everything would change after 9/11. He vowed to make some of that change positive

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury, Class Is Now in Session

Julia Huston brings an educator’s eye to the law

Palin in Comparison

Lisa Palin stood up for an attempted rape victim and helped set an important precedent in the process

Q&A With Paul Sugarman

The co-founder of Sugarman & Sugarman with his brother Neil, Paul Sugarman has, over the course of a 50-year legal career, scored victories over General Motors and Eli Lilly in personal injury cases and has championed court reform.

Wearing Harvard Crimson

Robert Iuliano on Larry Summers, life in Cambridge and the university as a corporation

Wearing Harvard Crimson

Robert Iuliano on Larry Summers, life in Cambridge and the university as a corporation

All the World’s a Courtroom

Joan Lukey's flair for the dramatic       

Nancy Shilepsky's Legacy

Losing isn't an option

When the Dishes Start Flying

Family law attorneys tell us how they deal with good people at their worst

The Storyteller

The appeal of a well-told tale inspired Kathryn Conde to become a commercial litigator