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2005

After Hours

Sure, they shine at their day jobs. But these four attorneys are just as stellar when it comes to their spare-time pursuits

Cliff Notes

For Cliff Browning, sailing offers a break from the bustle

Glass' Menagerie

Fred Glass fights for a new home for the Colts, among other things

Invasion of the Honorary Consuls

Japan and Denmark have representatives here who are eager to promote everything from automotive technology to engineering expertise

Levin's List

Irwin Levin holds Swiss banks accountable for Holocaust restitution

Beyond the Bar

Tom Barnard does his best work outside of the office – and the country

Barking Up the Right Tree

Priscilla Herochik represented man’s best friend — and won

Back to Iraq

When Saddam fell, Feisal Istrabadi returned to the nation he once called home

Prosecuting Terrorism

Before 9/11, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were the most notorious terrorists in the U.S. Larry Mackey prosecuted both of them

William Penn: Pennsylvania’s Original Rising Star

More than perhaps any other single case, Penn’s trial refined the trial system of Britain and America

The Startling Second Act of Marina Volin

She arrived in Philadelphia without a job, a child in hand, and knowing very little English. Now she’s one of the area’s top IP lawyers

The Man Who Would Be D.A.

Seth Williams got 46 percent of the votes in a primary against an incumbent considered untouchable. He vows to do better next time

The Part-Time Partner

Joanne Soslow keeps her priorities in order

The Lawyer is In

Greg Fliszar’s training in psychology pays dividends

Mr. Right

Pete Gleason learned politics from two pros — Governors Ridge and Schweiker. Now he’s the pro, heading up the government affairs practice at Kirkpatrick & Lockhart

Between Iraq and a Hard Race

Patrick Murphy is back from Iraq and focused on a new mission — this one for a seat in Congress

Tops in His Field

There are few things Jonathan Spadt enjoys more than tending to his 20-acre farm

The Right to Last Rites

Before Terri Schiavo there was Nancy Cruzan