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When the Roads Diverged, She Took Both

Why Jessica Heltsley moved out of courtrooms and into divorce coaching

Dana Constand and the Three Bears

Her approach to folk painting and family law is just right

Coat of Many Conflicts

And that was just the beginning of the tumult in Rosa Parks’ estate case

No Place Like Home

Butch Hollowell has Detroiters’ backs

The Diner Lawyer

Jack Schulz wants to litigate cases that make you put down your cup of coffee

Fixing Michigan’s Unemployment Problem

That’s what David Blanchard hopes to do with two class action cases against UIA

‘The Brief Every Lawyer Wants to Write’

Steve van Stempvoort and Andy Portinga’s unconventional petition for cert on behalf of The Onion

Stopping ‘Stop the Steal’

David Fink fought election fraud lawsuits, but fears for the future

‘I Came Out Punching’

How Lem Barney led Jim Acho to sports law, and taking on the MLB and NFL

‘It Finally Hit Home’

How Kim Scott and the ACLU came to represent 1,400 Iraqis deported by ICE

From the Ground Up

Kathleen Bogas has been part of employment discrimination cases since the foundation of the law

Punk Practitioner

How Royce Nunley went from practicing basslines to practicing family law

A Lot to Write Home About

How Lisa Schmidt’s penchant for writing took over her entire practice

From Sorrow to Salvation

How Gabi Silver helped free Richard Phillips from a life sentence

In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lawyer

Miles Macik traded in his NFL jersey for a business suit

Troubled Waters

Recounting the historic legal battle that resulted from the Flint Water Crisis

We Invited Everyone

Justice Brennan’s 80th birthday and other fond memories from Marie Deveney’s clerkship

Advocate Butterfly

Outside the office, Madelaine Lane’s high notes come on the opera stage