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The Public Domain

Former DAs and PDs on what they loved and hated about the job

People First

Charlene Morring went from being a single mom on welfare to launching a solo firm and paying kindness forward 

No. 1 Draft Pick

John Zydron went from being a rural kid with big dreams to having a star pinned on his shoulder 


Elliott Buckner cooked up 850 pounds of barbecue last year alone to benefit brain injury survivors

‘You Can Either Be Bitter or Be Better’

Ashley Pack’s devotion to her son informs her legal practice, and vice-versa

Dream Career

How Soulmaz Taghavi’s connections with immigrants shaped her pathway to the law

Choosing to Be Happy

How Steve Emmert found his niche

Hometown Booster

When it comes to Warrenton, Marie Washington can’t say—or do—enough

Changing the Narrative

There’s nothing Sherry Fox loves more than being underestimated

The Cutting Edge

Self-defense training empowers Kate M. Reese—and gives her a heck of a bar story

Notes from Camp Quarantine

Lakai Vinson shares her take on pandemic life

The Hired Daughters

Valerie Geiger and Cary Cucinelli navigate elder law during the pandemic

Right Place, Right Time

Jamilah LeCruise inherited a practice, then made it her own

Gone Hot

Anne Bibeau’s budding hemp practice

Chuck Zauzig and the Art of Zen Maintenance

The med-mal lawyer’s escape comes in waves

Rick ‘n’ Roll

Rick Friedman on his hair metal and Punk’d past

‘I Wanted to Sue Everybody’

The arrest that made a lawyer out of Nina Ginsberg

A Bit Complex

Andrew Painter on uncorking Virginia’s wine history