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The Soloist

Felicia Washington Mauney blazes her own trail

The Sleuth

Jack Cobb’s detective work has earned him the trust of GOP heavy hitters (not to mention Bank of America)

The Connector

Jim Phillips is the most plugged-in attorney in North Carolina

Hard Driver

Elizabeth Kuniholm fights for victims of abuse

Renaissance Man

At 11 he could program a computer. He nearly became a doctor. So how did Charles Calkins end up in a law office?

How Jack Walker Got His Groove Back

An estate planning attorney dusts off his brass

Steady as She Goes

Leslie Winner takes in stride her responsibilities as top legal counsel for all 16 colleges of The University of North Carolina

Medicine Man

When faced with malpractice allegations, many medical professionals turn to Dan McLamb to separate facts from emotions

Concerted Effort

Haynes Lea holds a yearly Western bash to raise money for the blind

It's All in the Details

Mark Merritt, who seems as rock-solid as the boulders dotting the Smokey Mountains, says his vigilance for details lies at the heart of his success

Defending the Delorable

Four North Carolina lawyers describe how and why they do it

Setting the Bar

Anthony "Tony" Lathrop is a conservative foil to his flamboyant clients       

Divorce Horror Stories

Family lawyers recount some of their more memorable cases

The Pros of Giving Back

Four North Carolina attorneys share their thoughts on the importance of pro bono work

Much to Do About Something

Civil rights legend Julius Chambers continues to fight the good fight

Both Candid and Kind

J.Norfleet Pruden III, a fourth-generation lawyer from Edenton, is Charlotte’s favorite son