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On the Side of the Angels

Tulsa litigator Joe Farris’ clients range from laid-off employees to activists bent on scuttling a nuclear power plant

Lawyer, Heal Thy Doctor

Oklahoma City’s Linda Scoggins is just what the doctor ordered for her health-care industry clientele

Marshaling the Evidence

Drew Neville does his homework. And then he does it again

A Woman in a Room Full of Men

Is intellectual property law a boys’ club? Ask Tulsa’s Rachel Blue

Pillar of Strength

Widowed at 28, Judy Hamilton Morse battled her grief by going to law school. Now she’s one of Oklahoma City’s leading litigators

The Kid Who Didn’t Sit Down

Pat Cremin took a chance on law school after a career in journalism

The Common Man’s Lawyer

Reggie Whitten’s straightforward style results in multimillion-dollar verdicts against the kinds of companies he used to defend

Knowing the Realities

Teresa Meinders Burkett’s experiences as a nurse inform her current role as partner at Conner & Winters, where she directs the firm’s health care practice group. She talks with Super Lawyers about why her practice is one of the most interesting areas of law, why we shouldn’t be afraid of consolidated medical records and why she’s such a happy lawyer.

A Commitment to Justice

Karen Long aims to keep school districts compliant with Title IX

Beer Man

Transactional business lawyer Adam Marshall knows business and brews

From Taxes to Trials

Sidney G. Dunagan on the importance of writing, how Vietnam changed his career path, and the question you can’t ask in a deposition

Hanging Their Own Shingles

Who’s the boss? Three area lawyers told us how they turned the answer into “I am.” They left other legal jobs—or never really had them to begin with—and mustered up the courage to go it alone. Their firms are dreams realized, but entrepreneurship also means figuring out accounts payable

Under the Radar

The unassuming Frank Hill closes multimillion-dollar deals and has helped bring the NBA to OKC … twice 

In a Word: Moxie

Linda Crook Martin tends to get what she wants

Q&A With James M. Sturdivant

James M. Sturdivant looks back on almost 50 years with GableGotwals and the $5,000 verdict that remains his favorite case

Lawyer in the White Hat

Whether he's prosecuting terrorists or defending executives, Patrick M. Ryan keeps things classy        

An Appetite for Deduction

Mary Quinn Cooper, born trial lawyer        

Kid-Friendly Divorce?

Moura A. J. Robertson's kinder, gentler family law practice