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The Adrenaline of Breaking News

Why Amy Rao Mohan traded journalistic objectivity for legal advocacy Featuring Amy Rao Mohan

Representing Rosa, Cheating the Hangman, and Other Stories from 400 Years of Law

Seven attorneys from four states—each with 50+ years in practice—talk about their careers Featuring James L. Robertson, ...

'We Are the Bosses'

Tressa Johnson and Kristy Bennett's employment firm is busier than ever during the pandemic Featuring Kristy L. Bennett, ...

Making Pigs Fly

When it comes to truck accident litigation, Morgan Adams takes the cases others pass by

Featuring Morgan G. Adams

The King's Castle

James McLaren on overseeing the expansion of Graceland

Featuring James B. McLaren, Jr.

Discovery with LeeAnne Marshall Cox

LeeAnne Marshall Cox, aka EE, stays en pointe for ballet

Featuring LeeAnne Marshall Cox

5,000 Elvis Cards Can’t Be Wrong

Why Lucian Pera’s annual greeting never gets stamped ‘Return to Sender’

Featuring Lucian T. Pera

Local Counsel with Larry Rice

The Memphis attorney tells us what’s good in the neighborhood.

Featuring Larry Rice

For the People

Nashville plaintiff’s attorney Kathryn Barnett is a fearless advocate for her client

Featuring Kathryn E. Barnett

A Tale Worth Telling

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

The Last Word

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

The GC and the GOP

John L. Ryder throws himself into bankruptcy work, election law and his role as general counsel to the Republican National Committee Featuring

Steady She Is

Marlene Eskind Moses guides clients through the toughest family law struggles Featuring Marlene Eskind Moses

The People-Pleaser

When everyone gets up from the table smiling, it’s a good day for Nashville transactional attorney Darlene Marsh Featuring Darlene T. Marsh

As Memphis as You Can Get

David M. Cook, son of a steamboat captain, challenges juries to ‘cast the first stone’ Featuring

The Three-Dimensional Life of James B. Summers

Litigator, writer, volunteer—the Memphis attorney does it all, and with humor Featuring James B. Summers

Music Rows

Nashville entertainment lawyer Linda Edell Howard goes to battle for clients Featuring Linda Edell Howard

REDEFINING CORPORATE CULTURE

Memphis lawyer Arnold Perl on the shift from ‘workers’ to ‘human resources’ Featuring

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