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Articles Written by Lisa Wogan

Mix Masters

In appellate law and jazz, Ken Masters lives up to his name

Righting Wrongs and Keeping Things Simple

Darrell Cochran has taken on the state of Washington, an insurance powerhouse and Apple with his special brand of ‘inefficiency’

‘If I’ve Helped Some People Along the Way, That’s Enough’

An oral history of practicing law in the days when Dictaphones were cutting-edge, women in the office were secretaries, and attorneys worked for as little as $275 a month

 

Over the Horizon

Starbucks' Paula Boggs isn't intimidated by 1,200-ft. drops, military brass or sitting presidents        

Mac Attack

Michael McKay is John McCain’s man in Seattle

Who Says Nice Gals Finish Last?

Karen Jones finds success representing the boss, but she always keeps the employees in mind 

Representing the Reprehensible

Why would anyone want to make a living defending society’s deviants? Four of Oregon’s best criminal defense attorneys explain their motivations

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