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Hail to the Self-Deprecating Chief

Jimmy Morris downplays his success; and that's a key to his success        

The People’s Lawyer

Allan Karlin's work reverberates through the halls of power  

Q&A with Edna Ruth Vincent

Edna Ruth Vincent, a family law attorney with Colten Cummins Watson & Vincent in Fairfax, Va., was born in Roxboro, N.C., where she grew up and went to college. After completing a master's degree in education at Howard University in Washington, D.C., Vincent taught high school for five years before becoming a lawyer.

Arguing the Medicine

Heather Ellison handles med-mal defense delicately  

The Lawyer Is IN

Family law attorney John Karanian was once a shrink for the CIA        

Not Your Average Dirt Lawyer

Bob Hughes uses real estate expertise to fight homelessness        

Have Salami, Will Travel

Alan B. Plevy takes Katz's kosher salami around the world        

Grace Under Fire

Family law attorney Betty Moore Sandler's goal is to bring people to consensus ... and to cheer on Kentucky basketball  

Iron Man

Frank Santoro goes the extra 140.6 miles

Emch as in Mensch

Al Emch pilots the Jackson Kelly law firm like he did C-130s

The Meat Cutter's Daughter

Lisa A. Bertini on delis, Fabio and the terror of hanging your own shingle

Goolsby on Goolsby

The author of Goolsby on Virginia Corporations tells all

The Loudest

David Baugh fights to preserve the Constitution—including the rights of Klansmen and al-Qaida terrorists

That's Not All, Folks!

How cartoonist Michael L. Goodman went from Bugs Bunny to the business page

The Supreme Thrill

Four Virginia lawyers on arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court

All the Livelong Day

Susan Armstrong’s been working for the railroad

Jennifer McClellan is in the House

The Verizon counsel is also a state rep

The Self-Starter

How high school dropout Russell “Rusty” McGuire dropped back in, became the state’s assistant attorney general and advised the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq