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Frozen In Tme

Amy Lorenz-Moser works to free battered women from prison

Practicing Unhappy Law

Bankruptcy lawyer Cynthia F. Grimes doesn’t practice happy law, but she’s perfectly content with that

The Good Seed

Don Downing grew up around Missouri cotton, soy and rice farms. So when a genetically modified seed ended up in the U.S. rice supply, he got the call.

Pillar of Strength

Widowed at 28, Judy Hamilton Morse battled her grief by going to law school. Now she’s one of Oklahoma City’s leading litigators

The Kid Who Didn’t Sit Down

Pat Cremin took a chance on law school after a career in journalism

Living the Dream

From top athletes to top companies, South African native Leon Versfeld guides clients through immigration law with a global touch

The Lawyer Who Levels the Playing Field

Teresa Woody advocates for small towns against corporations in toxic disasters

Where There’s a Will

Columbia student Andrea Johnson led a Care-A-Van to Native American tribal lands

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Courtroom

Labe Richman’s monologue benefits the Immigrant Defense Project

The Four Lanes of Alphonso E. Tindall Jr.

As a child he walked the precincts for the first African-American running for mayor of New Haven; now he represents cities and states in a public sector-related practice

Torch, Passed

Susan Brune represents a new generation of trial lawyers


Mary Kay Vyskocil reps insurance companies in cases ranging from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal to the collapse of the World Trade Center

Dan’s Law

At the intersection of law, history and literature, you’ll find Daniel Kornstein

The Former Outcast

Why personal injury attorney Marvin Salenger identifies with his clients

IP Man

J. Christopher Jensen talks Muppets, the Internet, and freeing a man on death row

Texas Two-Step

Veteran trial lawyer A. Martin Wickliff Jr. follows in his father’s pioneering footsteps by starting the largest minority-owned law firm in Texas

The Puzzle Solver

How tax attorney Emily Parker became the first female managing partner in 125 years at Thompson & Knight

The Aviator

Jon Kettles is the guy to call when something happens in the sky