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About Natalie Pompilio

Natalie Pompilio is an award-winning freelance writer based in Philadelphia. Formerly a staff writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Daily News and The Times-Picayune of New Orleans, Natalie was on the ground in Iraq in 2003 and in New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. She's collaborated on four Philadelphia-centric books: More Philadelphia Murals and The Stories They Tell (with Jane Golden and Robin Rice); Philadelphia A to Z (with photographer Jennifer Zdon); Walking Philadelphia: 30 Walking Tours Featuring Art, History, Architecture, and Little Known Gems (with photographer Tricia Pompilio) and This Used to Be Philadelphia (with photographer Tricia Pompilio. She holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland, and she's a rabid New York Yankees fan.

Articles Written by Natalie Pompilio

Stronger in the Broken Places

LeRoi C. Johnson on the childhood accident that helped forge a career

Another Journey to Justice

Chambord Benton-Hayes’ path started with meeting Johnnie Cochran

Penney Lane

Fred Penney on the next wave of legal marketing

My Name is My Name

Five Pennsylvania solo acts on why they stepped out alone

All the Single Ladies

Five New Jersey solo acts on why they stepped out on their own

Highway From the Danger Zone

Retired Air Force Captain Byeongsook Seo brings an engineer’s mind to the law

'What a Democracy Should Be'

Election law attorney Martha Tierney on the gold standard in Colorado and trouble elsewhere

Working Within

In a polarized world, Michael Greene finds his way by focusing on the facts

Catching Up With the Coluccis

Darin and Dino on brotherhood, making clients happy, and who Mom liked best

'We Need to Tell Other Stories'

Lisa E. Davis’ decades-long battle for inclusion in entertainment and law

Changing the Narrative

There’s nothing Sherry Fox loves more than being underestimated

Uncommon Conviction

Karol Corbin Walker’s faith-forward approach to life and the law began at home

Objects of Obsession

From prized bottles of wine to vintage wheels, Allie Petrova advises on high-value collections

The Next Gen Levels Up

Six millennials on ageism, navigating two recessions, the debt burden and the rewards of a legal career

Ms. Maydanich's Neighborhood

The business lit lawyer owes much to Owings Mills

Advocate Butterfly

Outside the office, Madelaine Lane’s high notes come on the opera stage

Shop Talk

For Bernard W. Smalley, it all started in his father’s West Philadelphia barber shop

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