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The Next Generations

Jay and Leah Edelstein carry on the tradition of Nathan and Edward

Hard Work, Moving On, and a Voice to Love

Discovery with Oderah C. Nwaeze

The Essence of Being a Good Lawyer

Pennsylvania attorneys reflect on two decades of life and law

Inherent Optimism

Why Susan Lin is in criminal defense for the long haul

Moving Forward

Three young attorneys on the outlook for the future

Two Former Judges Weigh In on the Mifepristone Case

The language used in the initial ruling, they say, is disturbing and troubling

$98.5 Million Award Restored in Susan Cox Powell Case

Seattle lawyer Anne Bremner says missing woman’s parents finally have justice for murdered grandsons

‘Be a Human Being’

Don Caminiti’s recipe for courtroom success: humility, honesty, empathy


Evan Levow has a serious case of wanderlust—and the pictures to prove it

Second Chance

How Donald Lomurro and Christina Harvey got the state Supreme Court to consider a path back for disbarred lawyers

‘I See You’

Joanna Adu connects with clients caring for loved ones with disabilities

People First

Charlene Morring went from being a single mom on welfare to launching a solo firm and paying kindness forward 

‘You Can Either Be Bitter or Be Better’

Ashley Pack’s devotion to her son informs her legal practice, and vice-versa


Elliott Buckner cooked up 850 pounds of barbecue last year alone to benefit brain injury survivors

No. 1 Draft Pick

John Zydron went from being a rural kid with big dreams to having a star pinned on his shoulder 

The Public Domain

Former DAs and PDs on what they loved and hated about the job

From Farm to Negotiation Table

How Rita Bolt Barker tackled pandemic lawsuits to protect vulnerable communities

‘An Adrenaline-Flowing, Intense Moment’

When Andrew Lindemann argued a 10th Amendment case before SCOTUS