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About Harris Meyer

Harris Meyer is a veteran legal and health care reporter and editor who has written for Super Lawyers, American Lawyer Media, ABA Journal, Kaiser Health News, Health Affairs, Medscape, Modern Healthcare, and many other publications. He is a graduate of Northwestern University and lives with his wife, Deborah, in Chicago.

Articles Written by Harris Meyer

The Helping Habit

Lisa Kelley credits her mom with her dedication to volunteer work

The Strategist

Gerry Leeseberg knows when to go on the attack and when to rein it in

Gentleman of the Court

Persistence and composure serve Richard Mithoff well, in court and on the mountainside

'That's Not Crowd Control, That's Crowd Attack'

David Perez helped lead the charge to keep Seattle officers from violating protesters’ civil rights

Someone People Want to Follow

Jaret Davis believes in the power of technology and the ability of humans to work together

The Most Interesting Man in the World

Gerald Richman danced at the LBJ White House, escorted Nixon to a swearing-in, fought for Al Gore’s elective life, and jet-setted with an international arms dealer

Putting the Brakes on Uber

How John Crabtree got the rideshare giant to repay drivers a “safe-ride” fee 

Destination: Outside Your Comfort Zone

That’s where Virginia Easley Johnson and her colleagues go to help impoverished communities

‘A Lot of Chutzpah’

But octogenarian Bob Parks doesn’t fight—until he needs to

Special Force

After 50-mile marches and parachute jumps, former U.S. Army Ranger John Agnew may have been overprepared for courtroom combat

Marilyn Holifield on Changing the World

The Miami lawyer’s accomplishments range from spurring prison reform in Georgia to tenaciously defending employer

President for Life

Jeffrey Warren doesn’t like to talk about himself, but he came through for Steinbrenner, protected Ponzi victims, and his firm won’t let him not be its leader

A More Inclusive Way

Maurice Grant makes it his business to boost diversity

No Excuses

How Robert Wayne Pearce stared down personal disaster

The Overdog

Barry Kaplan is a defense lawyer to the bone

Franchise Player

The quiet persuasiveness of West Palm Beach business litigator Sid Stubbs

The Big-Picture Man

Tacoma attorney Jack Connelly’s long-shot cases have triggered major reforms

The Incredible Journey of Stephen Zack

From privileged boyhood to impoverished youth to a year as the ABA’s first Hispanic president

Fostering Hope

Howard Talenfeld is fighting for Florida’s most vulnerable kids

The Green River Killer’s Lawyer

Mark Prothero knows it’s a label that will stick

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