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2015

The Bookends

How sharing a room as kids helped turn Heidi Vogt and Linda Vogt Meagher into top litigators

The Man From Luck

Ardell Skow has spent 50 years taking personal injury cases in northwestern Wisconsin

Brew Crew

Milwaukee Brewers’ extra-base hits make wishes come true—and not just at Miller Park

The Long and Winding Road

Bob Gegios’s six-year battle to try his case

Labor Force

Barbara Zack Quindel on east coast sarcasm, the Wisconsin idea, and the last five years for Wisconsin labor

Board Games

Lance Trollop on the challenges facing education in Wisconsin

The Last Word

Memphis lawyer Bruce McMullen connects with juries—and helped bring the Grizzlies to town

Grooming Little Rock

The Arkansas real estate attorney has been through his town’s bust and is working hard on its boom

Disaster Duty

Gulfport lawyer Teri Wyly looks after the land, come hurricane or oily water

A Tale Worth Telling

To Nashville litigator Gail Ashworth, every case is a page-turner

An Interview with Lani Guinier

The Harvard law professor and civil rights activist talks about road-tripping with Clarence Thomas, the next generation of lawyers, and what still divides our country

J.D., JD

James “J.D.” Smeallie of Holland & Knight in Boston speaks out on athletic conference realignment litigation, leading the Boston Bar and being quoted in Sports Illustrated

Practicality Over Profundity

Land use lawyer Diane Whitney is all about common-sense solutions

The Courtroom as Classroom

From tobacco to 9/11 to class actions, trial lawyer Donald Migliori creates change by ‘challenging truth’

You Can Believe What Terry West Says

Personal injury attorney Terry West finds the missing link

Practicing Peace

For environmental lawyer and guardian ad litem LeAnne Burnett, it’s not about competition; it’s about relationships

Half a Century and Counting

An oral history of attorneys who have been practicing since the 1950s

From the Uneven Parallel Bars to the Bar

Anne Schiavone of Holman Schiavone on employment law, working with kids and the study habits she developed as a competitive gymnast