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Playing on a Different Court
When he’s not a family law attorney, Tyler P. Brown is an NCAA basketball referee
The Multi-Instrumentalist Lawyer
Florida attorney Steven Kramer recalls his past in the Gainesville music scene, life on the road, and playing South by Southwest
‘The Brief Every Lawyer Wants to Write’
Steve van Stempvoort and Andy Portinga’s unconventional petition for cert on behalf of The Onion
Will SCOTUS Overturn Obergefell?
We asked three attorneys with LGBTQ case experience what they think
The Last Days with Martin Luther King Jr.
Civil rights attorney Michael Cody talks about his small part in big history
What the Inflation Reduction Act Means for the Environment, the Law, and the Future
Environmental law attorney and policy expert Jennifer Hernandez assesses one of 2022’s most significant pieces of legislation
A Gun in the Courtroom and the Attorney Who Sounded the Alarm
Talking with Lauren Varnado about the much-publicized ordeal
Bonkers Thus Far: The Impact of Minnesota’s New THC Law
A Q&A with Jason Tarasek, a cannabis lawyer who helped launch the bill, reflects on its unlikely passage and what it means for the future
Billionaire Loses Bid to Build Huge Palm Beach Mansion
Attorney Joanne O’Connor explains why the town turned him down
Can Ukrainian Refugees Come to the U.S.?
Columbus, Ohio, attorney Dmitriy Borshchak sheds light on the situation
Paula Greisen Discusses 303 Creative v. Elenis
The civil rights lawyer on what makes it different from the Masterpiece cases and how SCOTUS may rule on it
Settlements Reached in Collapse of South Florida Condo
Coral Gables attorney Stuart Z. Grossman says the Surfside tragedy has drawn attention to the condition of older buildings
Putting Anti-Black Racism in Focus
Seattle attorney Jeffery Robinson’s award-winning film explores the legacy of white supremacy in the U.S.
Why Figure Skater Kalina Valieva Will Continue Competing
Sports lawyer Bill Bock weighs in on the controversy at the Olympics
What Does It Mean to Have a Public Defender on the U.S. Supreme Court?
Four former PDs on the importance of Ketanji Brown Jackson
Speaking for Survivors
Richard Schulte and Michael Wright represent sexual-abuse victims of former OSU physician Richard Strauss
Broadening the Scope
Inside Equip for Equality’s efforts to serve and protect people with disabilities