About Betsy Graca
Articles Written by Betsy Graca
Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Life After Innocence, the only program of its kind, opened its doors in 2009 for exonerated prisoners struggling to get back on their feet
Clients should listen, because he’s been in their shoes
Montana’s Natasha Prinzing Jones brings compassion and tenacity to civil litigation defense
Florida attorneys pitch in to raise funds—and hope
Three New Jersey attorneys take time out to serve the homeless and the injured
Patent attorney Darin Gibby’s new book poses the question: Why Has America Stopped Inventing?
Second-generation attorney Brent Rosser lets integrity and honesty guide his practice and pro bono work
William Gibbs, Linda Coberly and Richard Levin believe in giving back
Lawyers at Davis Polk & Wardwell activate the firm’s worldwide pro bono initiatives
Why Kirk Obear, a former chief of military justice, works pro bono for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
Kathleen Wu advocates for diversity in the boardroom and on the tennis court
How a 38-year-old is leading Fish & Richardson’s litigation practice group
Dana Herberholz’s interest in science makes him a perfect match for IP law
Bennett Fidlow brings Hollywood to Richmond
For employment lawyer Perry Smith, songwriting is just a hobby; but that didn’t stop American Idol from calling
Christiane Cargill Kinney gets creative while helping the creative
Eagle Scout Chris J. Williams became the first LEED-certified attorney in the state of Alabama
What advice would you give to young attorneys today?
Super Lawyers asks: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?
He’s already had his first one, as a sports reporter. Now he has his second, as a media lawyer
What was the best advice you ever received?
Marco Chayet chose elder law because of a landmark (and personal) case
Ted White and the Boettcher Foundation
After an epiphany at 57, the business/corporate lawyer hit the road
One woman’s journey from respiratory therapy to the law
Criminal defense attorney William Terpening looks to books for insight
Laura Hensley Smith explores the intersection between medicine and law