Attorney feature articles in Washington DC

Search our complete collection of award-winning attorney feature articles, or browse by year or state below.

Results 19 - 37 of 44 Articles

Browse Super Lawyers articles by year in Washington DC

All

In Brad Lerman’s Submarine

Fannie Mae’s general counsel has one rule for his legal ship—work together or perish together

Getting Schooled with Maureen Mahoney

The Latham & Watkins appellate attorney talks about her landmark decision for education, her attendance record at the Supreme Court, and why we all should do our summer reading

A Better Place

Steven Lieberman fights for the powerless

Leap of Faith

Attorneys from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld seek justice for Somali torture victims and other pro bono clients 

Q&A: Ted Olson

The lawyer behind just about everything

The Lawyer's Lawyer

Q&A with Carter Phillips

It Came From Hollywood

NATO (the other one) turns to former TV screenwriter Gary Klein as its legal counsel

International Road Warrior

Rachel Robbins, lead lawyer for the World Bank's International Finance Corporation, always knows where her passport is

The Queen of Malpractice

Sandra Robinson is empathetic and easygoing: Watch out

Some Little Ol’ Lawyer in Rockville

For 50 years, Albert D. Brault has fought for the righteous cause

Protecting the Insider

Four whistleblower attorneys tell their stories

Hanging in the Smithsonian

It’s John Huerta’s dream job: overseeing national treasures from a bona fi de castle

Roberts' Rules of Order

As a child, Michele Roberts was fascinated with trial lawyers. Now she’s one of the best

Clearing Lenny Bruce

That’s just what Robert Corn-Revere did in 2003

Allan Topol’s Not-So-Dark Ambition

His goal was to practice law, raise a family and write bestsellers. He does all three

Being Jim Halpert

Not the guy in Scranton—the D.C. attorney for whom the character was named

What Is Life Worth?

After 9/11, Kenneth Feinberg had to answer that unanswerable question