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Sandra Leung stepped in when Bristol-Myers Squibb took the heat
Lisa Palin stood up for an attempted rape victim and helped set an important precedent in the process
Amy Manzelli brings a love of the environment and her Peace Corps can-do attitude to the law
Valerie Wright lends her strength to those in need
How Louise Parent moved up the AmEx corporate ladder
For some lawyers, big-firm life represents a kind of security. For others, what's more important is independence, autonomy and flexibility. We spoke with three young attorneys practicing at small or solo firms to see what life is like on their own.
GE associate general counsel Janine Dascenzo operates at a higher frequency
For some lawyers, big firm life offers security. But for others, that's less important than independence and flexibility.
Not every lawyer gets to stroll into the office at 10 or spend a few hours fishing for striped bass every morning. Then again, not every lawyer takes out his own trash, worries about the firm's cash flow, or plans her next wave of online marketing. We spoke to five young New England lawyers at small firms to see what life is like when you are your own accountant, bookkeeper, secretary, reference librarian, IT consultant and janitor.
Jennifer Daniels is more than just book smart
Want to know what it's like to participate in the legal world's version of the Super Bowl? Ask these four
Family law attorneys tell us how they deal with good people at their worst
Here’s one lawyer who cares what happens to your pet after you’re gone
Meet three lawyers who have argued in the Super Bowl of law
Angela Zambrano out-Algers Horatio Alger
Vickie Henry has made a career of winning difficult fights and doing it with a smile
Elizabeth Cabraser is a 5-foot giant among Bay Area lawyers
Sohail Mohammed had little experience with immigrant detention issues before 9/11. But how could he turn his back on his people?
Ed Kaufman makes sure no one body-slams World Wrestling Entertainment
She arrived in Philadelphia without a job, a child in hand, and knowing very little English. Now she’s one of the area’s top IP lawyers
At Rosemarie Arnold's firm -- where more than a thousand cases are open at any given time -- the client is king
Rachel Splaine Rollins has channeled the competitive drive that made her a top lacrosse player into a groundbreaking legal career
What do you do when your client seems to stand for the opposite of everything you believe?