Articles Written by Ross Pfund

A Channeling in Billings

Chaos erupted after Steve Harman employed a Spence-style courtroom tactic

“The Collective Failure”

Ropes & Gray attorneys on investigating Larry Nassar

When the FBI Comes Calling

What Ken Eichner has learned from years of “playing in the FBI’s sandbox”

Mom Genes

Tanya Helfand practices family law with family

From AP to IP

The skills Kalpana Srinivasan learned as a reporter help with high-stakes litigation

Laying the Legal Smackdown

A brief history of Super Lawyers and World Wrestling Entertainment

Hopeful Vigilance for PyeongChang 2018

Anti-doping advocate Bill Bock weighs in Russia’s Olympic ouster

Seven Questions With Lloyd Shefsky

The author takes us inside his new book

New Game Plus

How Stephen McArthur turned his gaming passion into a niche practice

Q&A: Paulette Brown

We caught up with the American Bar Association president after her keynote …

For the Love of Bloomington

Betsy K. Greene of Greene & Schultz on representing plaintiffs, doing victory dances and …

Objective Empathy

Family law attorney Gemma Allen of Ladden & Allen on creative applications of the law, overcoming …

Liability, I Choose You!

Legal concerns surrounding Pokémon Go in Illinois

Under the Microscope

How Serial helped C. Justin Brown’s case for Adnan Syed—and how it opened his every legal move …

J.D., JD

James “J.D.” Smeallie of Holland & Knight in Boston speaks out on athletic conference …

From the Uneven Parallel Bars to the Bar

Anne Schiavone of Holman Schiavone on employment law, working with kids and the study habits she …

The Benefits of Raising Your Hand

Scott A. Wolfson of Wolfson Bolton in Troy on bittersweet boom times and how a bankruptcy lawyer …

Turning the Page

A few months before retiring from the state Supreme Court, Justice Alan Page sat down with us to …

Beyond the Front Page

Civil litigator David A. Strassburger of Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky in Pittsburgh on …

Hanging on the Telephone

Lorena Olmos, of Modrall Sperling in Albuquerque, on taking cold calls from employment law clients, …

My Case, I Rest

Litigator Steve Farrar of Smith Moore Leatherwood in Greenville speaks about his background in …

Known Unknowns

Andy Hull of Hoover Hull Turner on finding antique radios, empathizing with professional liability …

If the Robe Fits …

Lynn Luker returned to her business litigation and civil litigation defense practice in January …

How Dondi West Was Won

The Baltimore lawyer keeps his eyes on the frontiers of technology while helping fellow service …

Using All 24

Perpetually busy Providence-based litigator Mark B. Morse never met a practice area he didn’t like

BMOC

Ian Cooper of Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt in St. Louis tells us about representing …

From the Red River Valley to the Iron Range

Fergus Falls-based attorney and former state bar president Dick Pemberton of Pemberton Law has …

The Grappler

Former collegiate wrestler C. James Zeszutek learned discipline on the mat. Now, as a partner at …

Pro Bono vs. Cons

Villanova Law student Vanessa Stine assists immigrants who’ve been victims of notario fraud

When Life Gives You Lemon Law …

How Amy Bennecoff makes lemonade for her clients

Building It From Scratch

Elder law solo practitioner Claire E. Lewis on the Affordable Care Act, dealing with end-of-life …

Fowler Libre

International lawyer George J. Fowler III of Fowler Rodriguez speaks freely on Fidel Castro, …

Looking Beyond Aqualung

Providence-based family law attorney Tim Conlon on computer crime in the ’80s, suing the Roman …

The Persistence of Mary Anne Sedey

The St. Louis-based employment litigator speaks on pushing through discovery, her voir dire …

Expecting the Unexpected

Duluth-based defense attorney David Keegan of Keegan Law Office on authenticity, courtroom …

Fast Track

Richard W. Hughes of Rothstein, Donatelli, Hughes, Dahlstrom, Schoenburg & Bienvenu in Santa Fe …

From Bailiff to Bar

Trial lawyer Nathaniel Lee of Lee & Fairman on getting his foot in the door, President Barack Obama …

Fundamental Fairness

Trey McCowan of Kean Miller in Baton Rouge speaks on the role of the judicial system after natural …

The Code of Law

Former computer programmer Michael A. Albert of Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks has developed one of …

Love of the Deal

Aleksandra “Aleks” Miziolek, the director of Dykema’s automotive industry group, follows the …

Seeing How The Evidence Comes In

After 45 years as one of Duluth’s busiest—and most successful—trial lawyers, Tom Thibodeau …

Philadephia Born and Bred

Workers’ comp attorney Samuel H. Pond, one of the founders of Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano, draws …

Ann of All Trades

Over the course of her 27-year career, from construction to employment to insurance to lobbying …

The Great Generalist

Jon Laramore of Baker & Daniels on how the lessons he learned working in government—in both civil …

The Problem Solver

Former IRS attorney Jaye A. Calhoun of McGlinchey Stafford on how tax law can be a bit like the …

Standing Up to Bullies

Playwright-turned-litigator Hank Bates of Carney Williams Bates Pulliam & Bowman in Little Rock …

Gail McCann Brings People Together

The real estate attorney at Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge in Providence facilitates …

Mary Daniel Finds Her Voice

How the health care attorney learned to speak up

Scientific inquiry

Sharon M. Woods, of Barris, Sott, Denn & Driker, applies scientific thinking to her business …

The Quiet Passion of Shamus O’Meara

The Johnson & Condon attorney advocates for those with developmental disabilities

Team Player

Richard Meneghello promotes collaboration—in court and on the soccer field

Kate of All Trades

Wyoming’s Kate Fox specializes in doing everything, and doing everything well

Trademarks, Dragon Boats and Roberta Jacobs-Meadway

The Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott IP attorney found her strength on the water during her …

Collaboration, Community Building and John Salazar

What the Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin & Robb attorney gets out of his real estate practice

First One In, Last One Out

Michael D. Sirota makes it his business to work harder than the competition

Preparation, the High Road and Elliott Levin

The Rubin & Levin partner speaks on bankruptcy law and why he never underprepares for a case

Ethics, Dignity and Judy Barrasso

The Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver attorney speaks on the importance of details and why …

Mike McLaren Keeps It Simple

Litigator Mike McLaren of Black McLaren Jones Ryland & Griffee in Memphis boasts a varied practice, …

A Q&A with Daniel Papermaster

On hosting the Clinton-Dole debate and working with Joe Lieberman for decades

Warsaw Pact

While growing up in Poland, St. Louis litigator Zofia A. Garlicka pledged to become a lawyer, just …

Marsh Halberg’s Equal Protection

Criminal defense lawyer Marsh Halberg gives all clients his best, even the questionable ones, so he …

On the Level

Construction lawyer Adam Richins isn’t afraid to roll up his sleeves for clients

Did You Know There Are 22 Tribes in New Mexico?

Lynn Slade does and has made it his life’s work to understand Indian law

In Pat Robertson’s Orbit

Lou Isakoff went from the Christian Broadcast Network to Regent University

Q&A With James Knauer

Over the course of his career, James Knauer of Kroger, Gardis & Regas has served as federal …

Q&A: William Massey

Memphis-based Bill Massey of Massey McCluskey is one of Tennessee’s top criminal defense and …

Q&A With Paul Sugarman

The co-founder of Sugarman & Sugarman with his brother Neil, Paul Sugarman has, over the course of …

Download This Story

John Browning sticks up for the average guy against the recording industry

Mr. Wagoner Goes to Columbus

Ohio State Rep. Mark Wagoner is both lawyer and lawmaker

He Oughta Be an English Teacher

Peter Hahn grades the essays kids actually want to write

Who Wants to be Dan Blonsky?

He gave Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? a shot

Fishing for Dollars

The Bilzin Sumberg trial attorney put his passion to good use

The Soul of a Poet

How he became a lawyer is stranger than fiction

Fever Pitcher

David T. Mitrou takes his throwing arm to the big screen, courtesy of the Farrelly …

Furcal's Pinch Hitter

Thanks in large part to William Head, the Braves were able to eke out game two of the National …

Flying With the Hawk

Cheryl Leb protects the legacy of Ben Hogan

From JD to DJ

David K. Greer charms both juries and radio listeners

Out to the Ballgame

Talmage Boston’s new book explores baseball’s most important year

Steve Stodghill, Master Thespian

Steve Stodghill steals the show from Luke Wilson as his lawyer in The Wendell Baker Story

Breaking the Code of Bureaucracy

George Parker Jr. (left) helped World War II veteran Teddy Draper Sr. finally get the benefits …

The Life Aquatic

Since Fanning and his wife Carolyn made their yacht a permanent home in 2001, they have …

Does That Star Spangled Banner Yet Wave?

A tearful Julie Wotasik receives the battle flag from Parris honoring her deceased son

Curb Your Prosecution

Todd Melnik tracked down the Curb Your Enthusiasm footage that proved Juan Catalan’s …

Surprise, You’re Aleutian!

An unexpected phone call puts Tom Weathers on a new path in life

Super Idealist

Jeff Selbin with partner Laurel Fletcher and their daughter Aiden

Mr. Lewis Goes to Washington

John Lewis’ pro bono case lands him in rare company

Bock in the Saddle Again

In court or the arena, Bock takes challenges in stride

Oh, Oh, It's Magic

Beckman can turn a Barbie doll into a living, breathing human being

The Pen is Mightier

Panatier likes making trouble across party lines

The King of Pro Bono

Pro bono work gives Blum the chance to get out of the office and into the courtroom

The Lawyer as Swinger

Doug Clapp scores low on the golf course and high in his law practice

Video Games Will Rot Your Brain

For Damon Watson, playing games is serious business

The Long Road to Justice

More than 50 years ago, the government withheld financial reparations from the families of three …

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