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Sympathy for the Defendant

Tracey Wood is energetic, optimistic, and represents ‘the most hated’ defendants

Packed to the Gills

Brothers Pat and Greg Gill Jr. bring gridiron intensity to their family-owned firm

Kathleen Evans

The 2010 president of the state bar practices estate law out of a charming old house in Salem with her husband, daughter and dog close at hand. She defines her career on her own terms

Talent Scout

How intellectual property attorney Michael Cohen ended up with pages of doodles by Miles Davis

The Book of Daniels

Real estate lawyer John Daniels uses business instincts and people skills to help shape Milwaukee

Everybody Likes Don

Plaintiff’s lawyer Don Prachthauser is true and prepared

Turning Al Anbar

Why Mark Budzinski left his med-mal practice to lead troops in Iraq

Tim Resch’s Life-Changing Assignment

An employment law attorney crosses the globe to tackle injustice

Family Man

Dylan Cernitz begins and ends his day on the farm—and eases people through sticky divorces in-between

The Lawyerly Lineage of Thomas H. Tongue

The acclaimed Portland trial attorney is filling the oversized shoes of three namesakes

His Roots Run Deep

Isaac K. Byrd Jr. is a force for racial equality and freedom of expression in his home state of Mississippi

Mike McLaren Keeps It Simple

The litigator on practicing law in court and on the screen

On Call

Laura Hensley Smith explores the intersection between medicine and law

It’s Not Over Till It’s Over

How Memphis attorney David Siegel learned to never give up on a case

A Q&A with Daniel Papermaster

On hosting the Clinton-Dole debate and working with Joe Lieberman for decades

The Advocate

Lynette Labinger has made a career out of fighting for social change

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury, Class Is Now in Session

Julia Huston brings an educator’s eye to the law

Dan McManus Sees All Sides

One lawyer’s journey from prosecution to defense