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About Marc Ramirez

Marc Ramirez is a veteran journalist currently based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of California-Berkeley, he has worked for The Seattle Times, Phoenix New Times, The Dallas Morning News, USA TODAY and The Wall Street Journal. In his spare time, he is an avid food and drink enthusiast. Marc is also a dedicated fan of the Seattle Seahawks.

Articles Written by Marc Ramirez

A Desire to Serve

Brian Newby has worked in the governor’s office, spent three decades at his law firm, and retired from the Air Force with two stars

Furthering Justice

For Warren Harris, the legal system doesn’t stop at the courtroom door; he’s bringing it into Texas schools

All In

When Jamila Brinson signs up for a volunteer role—from AIDS outreach to holiday drives for the needy—she comes with sleeves rolled up

'Punching a Hole in the Ground with Fingers Crossed'

Oil and gas attorneys on what they love most about their clients: a spirit of resilience

Helping Them Upward

For Michael Rodriguez, that goes for clients and community

The Inside Story

Prisoner rights attorney Scott Medlock says making a mistake shouldn’t mean losing your dignity

Promoting Pro Bono

Philip Vickers inspires colleagues to help others move forward in life

After the Storm

Local law firms pitched in to help Houston recover from Harvey’s wallop

The Deal-Maker

Rodrigo Dominguez’s negotiating skills are helping change the energy game in Latin America

A Better Person

Jason Steed on making time to lend a helping hand

Seeing the Big Picture

When a charity needs a little help, four Beaumont attorneys are ready to jump in and get it 'from here to there'

Turning Lives Around

Jeff Barnes fights for refugees and troubled teens

The Dronemaster

How ‘gadget nerd’ Coyt Johnston became an expert in unmanned vehicles

Andrew B. Sommerman Wants You to Vote

Why the Dallas attorney tackled Texas’ tough election-ID law

Land Lover

Natural resources attorney Tom Paterson wrangles cattle—and government agencies—to manage his ranch and environs

Not Playing the Safe Card

For health care lawyer Richard Cheng, that’s the one to avoid

Hopeless Romantic

Natalie Gregg is a lover of fairytale endings ‘trapped in a divorce lawyer’s body’

At Your Service

Lessons learned as an Air Force captain have inspired Jeff Whitfield’s litigation practice—and his commitment to helping veterans

Wayne Hogan: Driven to Action

The Jacksonville attorney works to keep teens focused on the road

Success Stories

Bankruptcy attorney John Kozyak pairs minority students with law-industry mentors

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