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Ross Garber is an expert at saving elected officials

Becoming a Voice

Law student John Rafferty’s mission: help the powerless

Where There's a Will

Andrea Johnson finds a way to help the needy

Leap of Faith

Amelia McCarthy’s Peace Corps journey became a pro bono mission

Speaking for the Voiceless

Paul Alston strives to preserve access to justice in Hawaii

The Spartan Way

Michigan State’s many legal clinics assist residents all over the state

The Two-Way Street

Lawyers at Davis Polk & Wardwell activate the firm’s worldwide pro bono initiatives

Situation NORML

Why Kirk Obear, a former chief of military justice, works pro bono for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

Professional Calm

Daphne Webb stays level in the emotionally charged area of family law  

War Stories

Dennis P. Coffey on the war on drugs, law schools, and how overlegislated we are

Act 10, Scene 1

Lester Pines and Tamara Packard were ringside during the Madison protests

Flying Colors

Aviation defense lawyer Bill Katt avoids the cockpit but goes full throttle in the courtroom

Standing Up to Bullies

Playwright-turned-litigator Hank Bates of Carney Williams Bates Pulliam & Bowman in Little Rock goes up against those who prey on the poor

Handling the Disaster After the Disaster

Judy Guice fights for victims of Katrina and the oil spill

The Amazing Career of Michael Cody

From guiding billion-dollar public utility arbitrations to indicting the governor to representing Martin Luther King Jr., the Memphis attorney has done it all

The Man Behind the Largest Pro Bono Effort in History

Leo Boyle knew everything would change after 9/11. He vowed to make some of that change positive

Gail McCann Brings People Together

The real estate attorney at Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge in Providence facilitates collaboration in her law practice and in her alumni activities at Brown University

The Common Man’s Lawyer

Reggie Whitten’s straightforward style results in multimillion-dollar verdicts against the kinds of companies he used to defend