Browse Super Lawyers articles by year in New Mexico
Matching the Hatch
For master mediator and avid fly fisherman Paul Bardacke, timing and preparation are everything
Local Counsel with Esteban A. "Steve" Aguilar Jr.
The Albuquerque attorney tells us what’s good in the neighborhood
Discovery with Taylor S. Rahn
The Albuquerque-based civil rights and police civil liability defense attorney with Robles, Rael & Anaya shares her family’s law enforcement history, what interests her about immigration law, and her favorite pickup line from Dumb & Dumber.
Hanging on the Telephone
Lorena Olmos, of Modrall Sperling in Albuquerque, on taking cold calls from employment law clients, tailoring her courtroom strategy and getting in on the crazy
A Miracle in Middle of Nowhere, New Mexico
The American Immigration Lawyers Association comes to the aid of families targeted for deportation
Richard W. Hughes of Rothstein, Donatelli, Hughes, Dahlstrom, Schoenburg & Bienvenu in Santa Fe shares his thoughts on Indian law, the Peter MacDonald case, and getting a legal services job before he had his law degree
Ann of All Trades
Over the course of her 27-year career, from construction to employment to insurance to lobbying law, Ann Maloney Conway of Keleher & McLeod in Albuquerque has loved anything that gets her into the courtroom
Collaboration, Community Building and John Salazar
What the Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin & Robb attorney gets out of his real estate practice
Did You Know There Are 22 Tribes in New Mexico?
Lynn Slade does and has made it his life’s work to understand Indian law