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Justice Shall Be Done

The cases Robert McCampbell worked as a U.S. attorney

Worth Fighting For

Oleg Roytman on democracy, civil rights, and Ukraine

Getting Out of the Way

Laurie Koller helps juries draw their own conclusions

Teaching Tragedy

Mike McBride lectures on Killers of the Flower Moon

Setting the Tone

Andre' B. Caldwell has a propensity to say ‘yes’

The Power of Positive Thinking

Joe White’s personality can fill up a courtroom

The Lucky Ones

Five attorneys under 40 discuss student debt, the Great Recession, and the good fortune that got them here

To Practice with Integrity

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cara Nicklas is helping fight corruption

'What Better Client to Have?'

Dan Webber spent his first seven years in the U.S. attorney’s office

The Girl Scout Murders

Garvin Isaacs on a career-turning case and client

Righting Wrongs

The Choctaw Nation’s Michael Burrage makes opioid producers pay

The Norman Attorney Tells Us What's Good in the Neighborhood

Local Counsel with Rodney K. Hunsinger II

Prison Bar

Lessons Roberta Fields learned as a corrections officer

The Front Line

Lorena Rivas on her week at the Karnes detention facility

John Kenney on Writing Songs

The Oklahoma City litigator has a way with words

Collective Wisdom

John Kenney knows how to speak to juries—and country music fans, too

Discovery with Amy D. White

Amy D. White dreams of horse farms—and another conversation with her grandparents

Making a Life-Size Difference

The community’s need can be overwhelming, but Rachel Gusman just keeps chipping away