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Risky Business

Sunah Park went from being an entrepreneur to advocating for entrepreneurs

Oh, Her Humanity!

Kori Connelly helps families start anew through Habitat for Humanity

Ready for Her Close-Up

Sally Mattison has gone from working behind the camera for Hollywood legend Roger Corman to brokering deals for entertainers

Master of Disaster

When the unthinkable happens, Daniel Gallucci helps make things right

Turning Brownfields into Gold Mines

To Jonathan Spergel, every day is Earth Day

The Big Raju

When someone knocks on his door and asks for help, Ajay Raju answers

Great Scott!

As a city prosecutor, Scott P. Sigman made waves by bringing WMD charges against drug runners. Now he's employing his trademark intensity at Bochetto & Lentz

Tops in His Field

Corey Field makes sweet music for his clients

The Lawyer With a Bear in His Briefcase

Frank Daily chose the law because of Atticus Finch’s example, Bobby Kennedy’s letter and a healthy Irish respect for the rules

The Boxer

Pedro Colón’s life reads like a Horatio Alger story

Get Your Motor Runnin'

Jennifer Kent went in-house with the most famous motorcycle company in the world

A Small Part to Play

While forging a business litigation practice in Milwaukee, Tomislav Kuzmanovic also helped liberate Croatia

Lady Justice

Linda Balisle just wanted a part-time job; she wound up making new law

The Supreme Thrill

Four Wisconsin attorneys talk about taking their cases all the way to the Supreme Court

The Lawyer Who Can Save Your Soul

Personal injury lawyer Emile Banks moonlights as associate pastor at Christian Faith Fellowship Church

If Life Gives You Lemons, Call Vincent Megna

The Waukesha attorney finally found his niche at 46: representing Davids against automotive Goliaths

The Earth-Watchers

Lawyers in the midst of the environmental fray

Representing the Reprehensible

Why would anyone want to make a living defending society’s deviants? Four of Oregon’s best criminal defense attorneys explain their motivations