About Alison Macor

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Articles Written by Alison Macor

Gone Hot

Anne Bibeau’s budding hemp practice

The Wild One

For 20 years, Melinda Singer was the Evel Knievel of family law attorneys

Pony Express

Cara Parmigiani pulls the strings of a traditional general practice

Courtroom Drama

A role in Inherit the Wind set theater kid Danielle Hatchitt on a path that led to the law

Dodge Challenger

A dodgeball fundraiser is just one of the ways David Gail gives back

Strike Force

Dawn Estes tears it up, both at her women-owned powerhouse and with the band

Conversation Starter

Karen Gross is carving out an online space where kids can learn to agree to disagree—with …

Being Mark Lanier

The Houston attorney’s talents include a strong work ethic, natural connection with …

‘You Helped Me Change My Life’

These are the words that get Sujata Ajmera out of bed every morning

Doug Alexander and the Art of Persuasion

The appellate attorney helps shape the law—and sometimes ‘translates’ it for …

Constructing a Career

How John Warren went from sweeping construction sites to representing builders in court

The Other Arnold

Arnold Shokouhi made the journey from revolutionary Iran to Cowboys Stadium

A Little More Than Luck

An oral history with a half-dozen attorneys who got their start back when a lawyer could cut his …

Sweet Deals

Jane Snoddy Smith handles complex, high-stakes real estate transactions—without the high anxiety

Embracing the Ugly Baby

Dick DeGuerin doesn’t sidestep reality when he represents clients like accused …

A Forensic Revolution

Gary Udashen leads the way to help Texas’ wrongfully imprisoned

Tran’s Way

As a kid, Tai C. Tran mapped buildings; now he puts buildings on maps

Ricardo G. Cedillo’s Shining Armor

The business litigator has suited up for clients ranging from Blockbuster to Playboy

The Judge, the Prosecutor and the Criminal Defense Attorney

They’re all Kerrisa Chelkowski, whose anxious parents bought her a black cowboy hat when she …

How Hilda Galvan Beat the Odds

The intellectual property litigator didn’t let neighborhood gangs or a naysaying teacher derail …

The Trailblazer

Lynn Kamin entered family law and made it her own

Persuading in a Raw, Simple Way

Toby Cole advocates for personal injury clients by being himself in the courtroom

The Accidental Lawyer

Ophelia Camiña entered law school on a lark, but her success has been far from a fluke

The Techno-Criminal’s Public Enemy Number One

Matt Yarbrough goes after the crooks that attack the rest of us with bits and bytes

Working for a Great Society

Catherine Robb brings her famous family's spirit to a new generation

Les is More

The Mystery of the Week is “How does Les Weisbrod find time for everything he does?”

The Poster Child for ... Posters

Rogge Dunn sees art where others see only advertising

The Dark Knight

Holy transactions and litigation! Steve Stodghill comes to the rescue for all his famous …

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