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‘Paralegals Make the Best Lawyers’

Three attorneys credit their passion, resolve and success to their paralegal pasts

“On the Right Path”

The pro bono SCOTUS work driving Seepan Parseghian

Going With the Flow

Water has guided James Muela’s life and practice

From IP to Distillery

Zachary Hiller’s new hobby is years in the making

Manning of the People

Fearlessness fuels the fast-talking Matt Manning

Life in the Fast Lane

Hee Jin Chang is South Korea’s youngest-ever Olympic swimmer

Still Work to Be Done

Jaime Duggan on advancing LGBTQ rights in Texas

A Desire to Serve

Brian Newby has worked in the governor’s office, spent three decades at his law firm, and retired from the Air Force with two stars

Going 20 for 20

Seven perennial Texas Super Lawyers listees reflect on the last 20 years

Randy Sorrels’ $350 Million Verdict

How the Houston attorney changed the life of a catastrophically injured airport worker

Doing Her Part

Childhood struggles directed Sylvia Cardona toward the law—as well as public service

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane …

No, it was Don Godwin, sprinting across the front of the inaugural issue of Texas Super Lawyers

‘A True Advocate’

Whether uncovering appealable flaws or improving life for foster children, Marcy Hogan Greer infuses her work with passion

A Gun in the Courtroom and the Attorney Who Sounded the Alarm

Talking with Lauren Varnado about the much-publicized ordeal

Belonging Somewhere

After many years, Rasha Zeyadeh Thompson has found a place in her country

Heart of a Lawyer

Jon Spiers brings surgical precision to health care law

More at Stake

Jack Siegel repped his biggest client—Mom—against CVS

Shouldering the Load

For Anitha Kumpati, pro bono immigration work is spiritual satisfaction