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Articles Written by Jessica Ogilvie

Path Finding

How Jo Dale Carothers helped NASA decode images from Mars

Essential Workers' Comp

Scott Ford and Cheryl Wallach on educating workers during the COVID-19 era


Amy Kiesewetter serves a community that supported her during a childhood battle with cancer


Sibylle Grebe’s long road to the law includes work as an au pair in Indiana and a waitress at the Pink Pussycat club

Leap of Faith

Sharon Blanchet waited 22 years to get her law degree, then made the most of it

‘Nothing Is Impossible’

Juan Dominguez and the good that good produced

Next Gen

Ibiere Seck follows in some big footsteps

Interesting Times

Carl Shusterman brings a lifetime of immigration experience to the Trump era

Chessies' Girl

Tracy Hughes has rescued more than 300 dogs

International Man of Mystery

How J.P. Fritz honorably tired himself out in Japan

'If I Ever Get in Trouble, Call Brian Sun'

Colleagues call the Jones Day attorney both relentless and a consummate gentleman

The Great Promise

Moez Kaba, a first-generation Pakistani Muslim, reps clients from the LGBT community to a Koch brother

Kindred Spirits

Mia Yamamoto spent years working for social justice before finding it for herself

The Five-Tool Player

Inspired by an injustice, bored by the CIA, business litigator Michelle J. Correll keeps moving

Indubitably Holm

Top med-mal attorney Margaret Holm wants you to know she’s not that interesting

Tenacious E

As a child, Evan A. Jenness stood up to schoolyard bullies; as a criminal defense lawyer, she stands up to government overreach

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