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2011

Where There's a Will

Andrea Johnson finds a way to help the needy

The Two-Way Street

Lawyers at Davis Polk & Wardwell activate the firm’s worldwide pro bono initiatives

Catching up with Gerald L. Shargel

Since appearing in the 2011 Super Lawyers Magazine article, Shargel has moved from small law to big

Real Heroes

Andrew “Duke” Maloney’s five-year battle for Glenn Winuk

The Don of Criminal Defense Attorneys

Gerald Shargel defends collars of every color … as well as the mob

Protector of The Catcher in the Rye

Marcia Paul doesn’t relish being center of attention, but her clients, including J.D. Salinger, Mel Brooks and Dustin Hoffman, often put her there

Judge Pollack’s Boys

Thomas Kavaler, Peter Wang and other lawyers pay homage to their mentor

The Rabbi’s Son

Bankruptcy lawyer David Friedman on tough cases, humorous deal toys, and how to handle power brokers like Carl Icahn and Donald Trump

Stein’s Way

Joshua Stein, one of the first lawyers with a laptop, hangs a shingle midcareer

The Largest Pro Bono Effort in History

New York lawyers show TLC after 9/11

Protecting a Global Brand

Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ Ken Siegel helps craft a corporate culture that is globally minded and socially aware

Big Deal

Julie Jacobs navigates the new media frontier at AOL

From Constitutional Law to the Court of Appeals

Bruce J. Wagner, shareholder at McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams, on the strategy involved in matrimonial law, the importance of writing skills in appellate work, and his experiences as a town justice

Ten Years Later

Three attorneys reflect on how they helped victims of 9/11 through Trial Lawyers Care

Leading By Example

Ann E. Evanko solves employment law problems and mentors the next generation