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Bigger Than the Cases

Craig Mastantuono and Rebecca Coffee look to change the system for their clients and community

Practice Makes Perfect

Preparation made Bob Corris a winning swimmer and litigator

Rock for a Reason

The Mission River Band shares its musical wealth with local causes

Bitten By the International Law Bug

Brian D. Anderson’s path to trial law went through Rwanda and Kosovo

‘The Cool Thing About Pro Bono Work’

Iana Vladimirova took a transgender prisoner’s case hoping to enact change

Big Fish, Small Ponds

The challenges and rewards of having a practice in rural Wisconsin

The Journey and the Destination

How Cecilia Ju found her true passion

Rhonda Hazen Balances the Emotional

In addition to family law, she volunteers as an EMT and decompresses with martial arts

'It Hits You Differently'

The case Jacob Miota still thinks about

Notes From the Bench

Kathy Stilling’s time as a judge informs her new approach in private practice

Talking Shatner with Jason Abraham

How the stars aligned for the icon to become a spokesperson for Hupy & Abraham

How Much Is Enough?

Mark Thomsen says it’s high time to do something about police misconduct

Salman Run

Tanya Salman gets others onto the right page, hitting the high notes and crossing the finish line

Leading the Charge

Meaningful change has always been Ruth Irvings’ goal, even if it’s via an estate plan

It's Somebody's Job to Make That Stuff

And on Letterman, at Miramax films, and now on a podcast, that somebody is Nick Gansner

The Rainbow Connection

Linda Balisle doesn't know how she'd curb childhood trauma without the help of a Madison nonprofit

An Uphill Battle

Fighting medical malpractice isn’t easy, but Mike End is up to the task

Standing Tall

Volunteerism is the foundation of Beth Kushner’s career