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About Susan Shackelford

Articles Written by Susan Shackelford

Master of Nine

Christy Fargnoli’s past as a Title IX investigator now helps her bring suits against colleges


When Brent O.E. Clinkscale decides on a goal, he makes it happen

Dude, You Are So Dead

And other thoughts from no-nonsense litigator Sara Lincoln

The Energizer

Terry Richardson keeps going and going and going …

A Short History of Charleston’s Cherished Couple

Robert and Susan Rosen have spent decades uplifting the city

‘Our Atticus Finch’

How Morehead Scholar Wade Smith ushered in a new generation of criminal defense attorneys


Whether facing racism, sexism or homophobia, M. Malissa Burnette doesn’t back down

“You Will Become Like the People Around You”

Henry L. Parr Jr. finds himself at home and in good company

The Seventh Black Lawyer in Charlotte

James E. Ferguson II is fearless for his clients

Getting Off the Slope

Bankruptcy attorney Christy Myatt helps clients—and skiers—get back on their feet

Cool Under Fire

Dawes Cooke represented The Citadel when Shannon Faulkner sought to become the first woman to enroll at the military college

The Fact Man

Family law attorney Rich Stephens keeps the details straight

The Buddy System

How John “Buddy” Wester’s disarming nature earned him a good name and the North Carolina Bar Association presidency

Soldier for Civil Rights

Geraldine Sumter stays true to her mission

Major Leaguer

From asbestos to tobacco to 9/11, Ronald L. Motley has been at the center of the cases that changed the world

The Sleuth

Jack Cobb’s detective work has earned him the trust of GOP heavy hitters (not to mention Bank of America)

How Jack Walker Got His Groove Back

An estate planning attorney dusts off his brass

Another Kind of NASCAR Dad

Stokely Caldwell may be the only lawyer in North Carolina with a hunk of Jeff Gordon’s car hanging in his office

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