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Shaping Seattle

Faith Li Pettis has helped fund major community projects and guide the city’s quest for affordable housing

Goliath Slayer

Parker Folse was still a newcomer in town when he started taking on Pacific Northwest icons

The Superpowers of Don Scaramastra

The Seattle attorney says all lawyers have the ability—and obligation—to help others around them

Advocacy, Class Actions and Food Trucks

Beth Terrell takes on cases and causes for those without a voice

The Future of Auto Litigation

Lawsuits will increasingly be about the technology designed to prevent accidents

Paddling Passion

How Matt Menzer found his ‘ohana’

‘Just Keep Moving Forward’

After cancer, Scott Lundberg became Iron Man 

Repping ‘the Boy in the Cage’

How Seth Rosenberg tackled racism in Seattle schools

$98.5 Million Award Restored in Susan Cox Powell Case

Seattle lawyer Anne Bremner says missing woman’s parents finally have justice for murdered grandsons

The Case for School Funding—Again

Seattle attorney Thomas Ahearne wants all Washington schools to get equal construction money

Going 25 for 25

Perennial Super Lawyers listees reflect on the past quarter-century


Russell Aoki has built a reputation for taming terabytes—and set a record in deadlift

The Accidental Activist

A personal tragedy prompted Janice Langbehn to find her voice

Niloufar Park talks business, food and connections

The Seattle attorney has a special place in her heart for her hospitality clients

'The Impossible Case'

How Paul Heer set a new standard in clemency work

Putting Anti-Black Racism in Focus

Seattle attorney Jeffery Robinson’s award-winning film explores the legacy of white supremacy in the U.S.

Rolling Art

Stan Beck has been collecting and racing cars since he was 12

Alexandra Lozano Means Business

After losing everything in a hurricane, the immigration attorney remade her practice in Seattle