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Articles Written by Michelle Taute

Fighting for (and Sometimes Against) City Hall

Jeff Forbes usually represents cities but ended up on the other side in the influential Norwood v. Horney case

LEEDing the Way

Lesley Avery helps create the green buildings of the future

Adventures in Lawyering

From hidden gold to big business deals, Linda Parks’ work might inspire a few legal thrillers

Single-Minded Passions

Three young lawyers find success by finding the right areas of law

Hanging Their Own Shingles

Who's the boss? Three area lawyers told us how they turned the answer into "I am." They left other legal jobs—or never really had them to begin with—and mustered up the courage to go it alone. Their firms are dreams realized, but entrepreneurship also means figuring out accounts payable.        

Prescription for Success

From social worker to health care lawyer, Elise Dunitz Brennan is all about healing        

Kid-Friendly Divorce?

Moura A. J. Robertson's kinder, gentler family law practice        

Fair Play

Allan H. Zerman went to bat for free agency        

Head of the Class

Hugh E. McKay rounded up 700 lawyers to help Cleveland’s public schools

Practical Magic

Richard La Jeunesse makes his clients' legal problems disappear

Protecting the Press

First Amendment attorney Michael J. Grygiel keeps information flowing

All Shook Up

Dan D. Kohane’s snow globe collection keeps him working in a winter wonderland

Stranger Than Fiction

Christopher W. Thompson’s cases range from ordinary to extraordinary

Shifting the Odds

Richard W. Schulte and the best spot in America for a fair fight

Following in Her Footsteps

Susan Grogan Faller helps pave the way for today’s young women attorneys

Memories of My Lai

Merle F. Wilberding shares lessons learned from the famous Calley case

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