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About Bill Glose

Bill Glose is an award-winning writer whose honors include the F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Award, a first-place award for sports news writing from the Virginia Press Association, and the Missouri Humanities Council Award for Veterans Poetry. He’s written four books of poetry, and since 2003 has been a contributing editor at Virginia Living and a regular contributor to Super Lawyers, among other magazines. He appears frequently as a featured speaker on literary craft and serves as a judge in writing contests.

Articles Written by Bill Glose

Randy Sorrels’ $350 Million Verdict

How the Houston attorney changed the life of a catastrophically injured airport worker

Project Chimps

Bruce Wagman’s decision to found a chimpanzee sanctuary

Fighting for Air

Robert McKinstry Jr. works to tackle climate change

Choosing to Be Happy

How Steve Emmert found his niche

Solar Power to the People

Todd Chason got in on the ground floor of Maryland’s solar industry

Boardwalk Empire

Before the law, Joey Kroart helped run his family’s iconic Ocean City art gallery

Coming to America

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


By day, Rodney Bean guides companies through complex employment issues; by night, he helps local musicians find their groove

Chuck Zauzig and the Art of Zen Maintenance

The med-mal lawyer’s escape comes in waves

Judge Not

Marc Williams defends the West Virginia chief justice

'We Know Our Clients'

The joys and concerns (mostly joys) of being a rural lawyer

The Bold Type

Cheryl Hepfer bloodied her forehead against glass ceilings so the next class of women lawyers didn’t have to

The Legal Concerns of Working Remotely

Data security, injury, insurance, taxes, and legal issues

‘I Wanted to Sue Everybody’

The arrest that made a lawyer out of Nina Ginsberg

Cruz Control

Levin & Gann’s first female managing partner keeps things steady with levelheaded calmness

‘Justice Ultimately Prevails’

Mark Cummings defended Mark Felt before the world learned he was Deep Throat

The Real Challenge

Like Tolstoy, Reeves Mahoney knows that every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Estate Planning

Steven Widdes lightened the mood with self-deprecating humor

A Star in Star City

Growing up on a tobacco farm, Brett Marston learned the value of hard work. Now he reaps the rewards

The Untouchables

Whether defending public enemy No.1 or Baltimore’s most reviled organization, Joshua Treem takes the clients no one else will

Notes on How to Beat Claire Cardwell

But they won't work any better for you than they did for the feds

The Human Touch

Kerry D. Staton is such a good lawyer he almost bankrupted Baltimore

The Kansas Peach

Ty Cobb, a distant relative of the famous ballplayer, is a big gun on whom powerful people rely

The Brain Behind Brain Injuries

Irvin Cantor brings light to the mysteries of traumatic brain injury

Across The Aisle Style

Benjamin Rosenberg wants to beat his opponents, not beat them down

Media Player

Craig T. Merritt is the first lawyer to call in Virginia’s First Amendment cases

The Queen of Consensus

If you build it, disparate parties will come to the table. At least, they will for Deborah Garza

Killing Them with Kindness

Plaintiff’s lawyers hate to face Donald L. DeVries Jr. in a courtroom because he is so darn nice

In Brad Lerman’s Submarine

Fannie Mae’s general counsel has one rule for his legal ship—work together or perish together

Carter Country

In labor disputes, clients often bypass New York and Chicago firms to work with West Virginia’s Mark Carter

Chasing the Issue

Caroline Ciraolo always liked numbers; but it’s her people skills that make her a top tax controversy attorney

Great Privilege, Great Responsibility

Litigator and deacon Christopher Malone is committed to using the law to do good works

The Sharecropper’s Son

Colleagues say Ken Ravenell is one of the hardest-working lawyers in the state; but he says he knows what hard work really is

Protecting a Global Brand

Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ Ken Siegel helps craft a corporate culture that is globally minded and socially aware

The Can-Do Counsel

When Ann K. Sullivan rolls up her sleeves, problems get solved—by bake sale or legal brief

Lien Machine

Deborah Hunt Devan is a stock speculator, a private investigator and a CEO; in other words, a bankruptcy lawyer

A Colorful Phenomenon

Buddy Allen tells us where we are

Some Little Ol’ Lawyer in Rockville

For 50 years, Albert D. Brault has fought for the righteous cause; he also changed law

‘Brace for Impact’

Venable’s James Hanks Jr. was the last passenger out of Flight 1549

The Astounding Success of Plan B

James Theobald builds consensus so others can build

Company Man

When it comes to advising leaders of industry, A. Gilchrist Sparks III is Excellence Incorporated

The Killer

When Stephen Haller raises and lowers his voice, people listen

Some Little Ol’ Lawyer in Rockville

For 50 years, Albert D. Brault has fought for the righteous cause

The Lawyer’s Lawyer

Why Andrew Jay Graham believes any case can be won

Ed Ciarimboli is likable, he’s honorable and you can see it

He would be an engineer today except he enjoys people too much

Supreme Thrill

Three local lawyers get their day in the nation's highest court        

Hail to the Self-Deprecating Chief

Jimmy Morris downplays his success; and that's a key to his success        

Arguing the Medicine

Heather Ellison handles med-mal defense delicately  

The New-School Citizen-Lawyer

Richard Ottinger is a star litigator who shines outside the courtroom        

Hanging Out Their Own Shingle

Meet five lawyers who decided to hire themselves  

The Supreme Thrill

Seven Georgia attorneys talk about arguing before the High Court

The Amazing Snyder-Man

Stephen Snyder is the master of the nine-figure case; now he’s going for 10!!

Changing the Face of America

How Sheela Murthy went from immigrant to immigration lawyer

Leap of Faith

Meet six young lawyers who took a deep breath and plunged into solo practice

The Loudest

David Baugh fights to preserve the Constitution—including the rights of Klansmen and al-Qaida terrorists

The Supreme Thrill

Four Virginia lawyers on arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court

The Supreme Thrill

Meet seven lawyers who have appeared in the Super Bowl of law

The Supreme Thrill

What's it like to argue before the U.S. Supreme Court?

The Supreme Thrill

Six Maryland attorneys talk about arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court

The Self-Starter

How high school dropout Russell “Rusty” McGuire dropped back in, became the state’s assistant attorney general and advised the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq

Going Over the Mountain

How John Charles Thomas overcame poverty and racism to become the first African-American justice on the Virginia Supreme Court

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