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About Joel Warner

Joel Warner is a Denver-based freelance writer who formerly worked at International Business Times and Westword. He has been published in Esquire, WIRED, Newsweek, Men’s Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Popular Science, Slate, The Boston Globe, 5280, and others. His work has earned accolades from the James Beard Foundation Awards, The Best American Sports Writing anthology, and the Society of Professional Journalists for his Super Lawyers feature “Tackling Giants.” He is author of the forthcoming nonfiction book The Curse of the Marquis, to be published by the Crown Publishing Group. A Boston-area native, he is a graduate of Haverford College in Pennsylvania.

Articles Written by Joel Warner

The World Turned Upside Down

How New York lawyers are dealing with a pandemic that’s put the law on hold

Distinguishing Herself

How Jean Chou took a virtual Park Avenue address and made it real

Can Cannabis Become Big Business in New York?

Exploring the potential pot of gold

Masterpiece Theater

Parsing the recent Supreme Court decision on gay rights and religious freedom 

Persistent as Hell

Paula Greisen isn’t going to wait around for someone else to enact change

Rights and Bites: The Growing Field of Animal Law

Pets are beginning to have similar rights to their human counterparts


On the slopes and the courtroom, Ellie Lockwood leaves the competition behind

Anything You Post Can and Will be Used Against You

The legal dos and don’ts of social media

How to Fight the Rise of Elder Abuse in Colorado

Legal tips to combat exploitation and mistreatment

Sales Force

Med-mal attorney Jim Leventhal went from selling suits to winning them

The Adjusters

Roberts Levin Rosenberg is the insurance when insurance isn’t

Marathon Man

Everyone thought Walter Sargent was crazy to open a solo practice focusing on appellate law; no one thinks that now

Tackling Giants

Employment lawyer Diane King takes on big companies like Lockheed Martin


The U.S. government was on the verge of eradicating Indian country—then John Echohawk came along

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