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About Matt Chandler

Matt Chandler is a longtime Super Lawyers freelance writer and the author of more than 45 children’s books. His magazine writing has sent him from The White House, where he covered President Obama, to a Buffalo Bisons minor league baseball game, where he dressed up as a bucket of blue cheese to participate in the legendary Chicken Wing race. His writing has earned a number of state and national awards, including six New York Press Association Awards for his feature writing and weekly column, “Just a Thought.” The American Society of Journalists and Authors selected his book, Side-by-Side Baseball Stars: Comparing Pro Baseball’s Greatest Players as the 2015 Outstanding Young Adult Book.

Articles Written by Matt Chandler

In the Custody Door, Out the Civilian Door

Don Thompson was fighting injustice decades before the Daniel Prude case

Prospering in a Pandemic

Culture is key for Albany law firm

The Sweet, Not The Bitter

Kathleen Sweet reflects on her father, her practice and that nomination to the federal bench

Estate Planning for Your Digital Presence

How and why New Yorkers should do it

Still Bringing It

John Elmore doesn’t recount glory days. He keeps living them

Northern Exposure

Florina Altshiler wanted to work high-level felonies. She found them in Anchorage

How Safe Are You From Being Fired on FMLA Leave?

The maternity and paternity laws at play in New York

The Whole Show

How Peter Brann won by throwing away everything and starting over

The Kids Are All Right

Personal injury lawyer Jim Scime came out on the other side of trauma and helps his clients do the same

Unarrested Development

How Phillips Lytle is helping revitalize Buffalo

All Out of Bubblegum

Ed Menkin knows his clients want a lawyer “who is bold, who is self-confident, and who is ready to kick some ass”

The Lawyer for the 20th Hijacker

Be it suspected murderers, sex offenders or terrorists, everyone deserves a fair trial in James Harrington’s book

Waverly Pond

Farmer/attorney Ginger Schröder could give Henry David Thoreau a run for his (metaphoric) money

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