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In the Lymelight

IP lawyer and biotech company co-founder Thomas Dunlap helped create a test for Lyme disease

Featuring Tom Dunlap

A Star in Star City

Growing up on a tobacco farm, Brett Marston learned the value of hard work. Now he reaps the rewards

Featuring K. Brett Marston

Local Counsel with Andy Condlin

Richmond land use attorney Andy Condlin of Roth Doner Jackson Gibbons Condlin tells us what’s good in the neighborhood

Featuring Andrew M. Condlin

Putting on a Clinic

Robert F. Redmond Jr. puts the pro in pro bono

Featuring Robert F. Redmond, Jr.

Discovery with Michael Robusto

Voted “Tidewater’s Funniest Lawyer,” criminal defense lawyer Michael Robusto of Slipow, Robusto & Kellam is quick with a joke. But ask him to wear a tie on the weekend, and that’s no laughing matter.

Featuring Michael Anthony Robusto

Notes on How to Beat Claire Cardwell

But they won't work any better for you than they did for the feds

Featuring

Scalpel, Please

Trial attorneys get to build cases. Gentry Locke appellate lawyer Monica T. Monday delights in slipping on doctor’s gloves to dissect them

Featuring Monica T. Monday

The Brain Behind Brain Injuries

Irvin Cantor brings light to the mysteries of traumatic brain injury Featuring Irvin V. Cantor

Turning Hate Aside

Michael HuYoung fled Castro and embraced a skinhead client Featuring Michael HuYoung

Crowning Achievements

When Courtney Moates Paulk isn’t resolving disputes on land, she’s conquering open water Featuring Courtney Moates Paulk

Media Player

Craig T. Merritt is the first lawyer to call in Virginia’s First Amendment cases Featuring Craig T. Merritt

At Your Service

Agnis Chakravorty on being a lawyer, a restaurant owner and a human crawfish Featuring Agnis C. Chakravorty

Building Families and Rebuilding Lives

In her personal injury, employment and surrogacy/adoption practices, Colleen Quinn’s mantra rings clear

Featuring Colleen Marea Quinn

In the Wake of Strong Women

Family attorney Marcia Maddox took hints from Lady Bird Johnson and Betty Thompson, and it made all the difference Featuring

Morrow in the Middle

Williamsburg-based mediator Joan Morrow, who practices across the country, speaks about fundamental neutrality, navigating emotional minefields and going from gladiator mode to counselor mode Featuring Joan S. Morrow

Great Privilege, Great Responsibility

Litigator and deacon Christopher Malone is committed to using the law to do good works Featuring Christopher M. Malone

Bill Axselle: At Your Service

After 16 years as a legislator, the government law attorney at Williams Mullen lobbies for change from the outside. And yes, he helped bring Nordstrom to Richmond Featuring

The Can-Do Counsel

When Ann K. Sullivan rolls up her sleeves, problems get solved—by bake sale or legal brief Featuring Ann K. Sullivan

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