Articles Written by Steve Knopper

'In Different Shoes'

Five Texas women follow the ‘path through the jungle’ carved by predecessors …

9 Stories

What was it like being part of the first wave of women attorneys? Nine Oregon lawyers tell …

Who We Are

Immigrant attorneys share their journeys to, and visions of, America

'Were the Kids Safe?'

Matt Holohan and Karam Saab try to reunite families separated at the border

'Even the Sky Is Different'

Eight LA attorneys recount their journeys to America

“The New Lady Lawyer in Town”

An oral history of the first wave of female attorneys

From Spittoons to Specialization

Five local lawyers mull the changes in their industry over the past six decades

'None of Us Take It for Granted'

Eight lawyers recount their journey to America

Finding My America

Six immigrants share their journeys to become Michigan attorneys

‘You’re Just Ready’

A case of the jitters, a bleeding ankle and a nearly missed entrance couldn’t keep 7 Texas …

The Journey Home

Washington attorneys share their experiences immigrating to the U.S.

From Then … … to Now

An oral history of lawyers who started practicing in the 1960s

Big America

An oral history of immigrants in Illinois law

Women's Day

An oral history of those who fought “We don’t hire women” law …

Pushing at the Edges

An oral history of women who began practicing law in the early 1970s

The Vanishing Jury Trial

And will it make a comeback?

The Blueberry Patch Exception

Boulder’s Hutchinson Black and Cook allows its partners a year off

‘The Chief Is Eating My Sandwich’

And other memories of the high court from eight former SCOTUS clerks

Oral History: 13 Ways of Looking at a Black Robe

Former clerks to the U.S. Supreme Court talk about their experiences at the center of …

‘Still Dancing Backwards in High Heels’

An oral history of Minnesota women who started practicing law in the 1960s and …

“Gee, I Helped This Guy Today”

An oral history of five Pennsylvania attorneys who graduated from law school in the 1950

The Bridge

Qusair Mohamedbhai tackles civil rights and employee rights in post-9/11 America

L.A. Unconfidential

Nine top attorneys talk about practicing law from the 1950s to today

‘We’ve Come a Rather Remarkable Way’

An oral history of civil rights and the African-American bar 60 years after Montgomery

Patent Office No Longer Pending

How John Posthumus helped grow Colorado

“Why Are You Competing With Me?”

An oral history of the first wave of female attorneys

‘Hey Chick, Want to Go to Court?’

An oral history of the good, the bad and the ugly experiences of the first wave of female attorneys

Revisiting Warren Jeffs

Former prosecutors Eric Nichols and Fields Alexander and defense attorney Deric King Walpole …

The Beasley Legacy

Everyone who worked with legendary Philadelphia trial lawyer Jim Beasley has a story or two to …

Operation Greylord: Fixing the System

An oral history of the investigation that took down a corrupt Cook County court system

Too Big to Not Fail

An oral history of the short life and quick death of Dewey & LeBoeuf

After Columbine

An oral history of the legal issues surrounding the Littleton tragedy

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