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Justice and a Red Velvet Cupcake

Discovery with Bridget R. Todd

'I Can Fix That'

It was a long path to the law for T. McCall Stern; she wouldn’t trade it for anything

The A-Plus Team

James Waide is a liberal Vietnam vet, Rachel Waide is a Reagan-loving conservative; together, they are Mississippi's most dynamic legal couple

‘We Don’t Let Girl Lawyers Practice Up Here’

An oral history of women who persevered against sexism and discrimination to remake the legal profession

‘Part of the History of this Country’

Wayne Drinkwater and Luther T. Munford recall clerking at the U.S. Supreme Court

Discovery with Keishunna R. Webster

Keishunna Webster likes her Cosmos times two

Anchor Away

She made her name in the news business, but Jamie Jacks’ lead story is the law

A Firm of One

It’s just Mark Chinn—and software

Disaster Duty

Gulfport lawyer Teri Wyly looks after the land, come hurricane or oily water

Anything You Can Do, She Can Do Better

Vicki L. Gilliam holds her own fighting for clients like Brandy Nicole Williams and the Ramapough Tribe

No Lies, Please

Criminal defense attorney John Colette tackles the tough cases—but expects clients to tell him the truth

AN IDENTITY THIEF’S WORST NIGHTMARE

That would be Mississippi consumer law attorney Christopher Kittell

Handling the Disaster After the Disaster

Judy Guice fights for victims of Katrina and the oil spill

His Roots Run Deep

Isaac K. Byrd Jr. is a force for racial equality and freedom of expression in his home state of Mississippi

In the Footsteps of Big John

Cousins Steven Jr. and John S. Farese carry on a family tradition

Like Father, Like Son

Rocky Wilkins credits his dad with teaching him the ways of law

Just Plain Fun

Christy Jones never wanted to be anything but a lawyer

The Rabidly Polite Attorney

Scotty Welch on Katrina, juries and mandatory retirement