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Aimée Groth is an independent business journalist who writes primarily for Quartz, a division of Atlantic Media Company. She previously served as associate editor of Super Lawyers and a senior editor at Business Insider. She’s the author of The Kingdom of Happiness: Inside Tony Hsieh’s Zapponian Utopia, which Kirkus called “An intriguing business/sociological chronicle with wider implications for modern corporate practices.”
A former film critic, Alison Macor has been working as a freelance writer and editor for more than 25 years. She’s followed filmmakers to Sundance and shadowed top breast cancer surgeons and trial lawyers. She’s written for Texas Monthly, Vogue Knitting, Thomson Reuters, and Humanities Texas, to name just a few. Alison also holds a Ph.D. in film history and is the author of three non-fiction books, including the forthcoming Making The Best Years of Our Lives:The Hollywood Classic That Inspired a Nation. She lives in Austin.
Amie is a former Super Lawyers staffer who handled writing, proofing and fact-checking duties while pursuing a journalism degree from the University of Minnesota. Her work has also appeared in the Minnesota Daily.
Amy White is senior editor at Super Lawyers and has been with the magazine since 2006. Prior to that, she was a sports columnist and feature writer for a daily newspaper in Pennsylvania. Her freelance work can be found in Delaware Today Magazine, Mainline Today, Brandywine Hunt, Philadelphia Style and Delaware Beach Life. She is an adjunct professor of writing at the University of Delaware, where she graduated with a journalism degree. She also holds an MFA in publishing and creative writing from Rosemont College and has served as line editor on poetry anthologies and works of contemporary fiction. She loves baseball, bikes, books and coffee.
Andrew Engelson is an award-winning freelance journalist and editor with more than 20 years of experience. His writing has appeared in Investigate West, The Seattle Times, the Urbanist, South Seattle Emerald, The Stranger, Crosscut, Real Change, Tin House, University of Washington Magazine, High Country News, Seattle Weekly, Washington Trails, and many other publications. He’s the winner of several first place awards from the Western Washington Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and was the founding editor of Cascadia Magazine.
Anne Brash is a reporter rooted in Michigan. She has been writing for Super Lawyers Magazine since 2018 and has covered groundbreaking attorneys for several of the publication's state and regional branches.
Artika Rangan Casini is the managing editor of the University of Delaware Magazine. Outside of work, she serves as vice president of public relations for the Brandywine Toastmasters Club and as alumni director on the Board of Directors for the Charter School of Wilmington—one of the top-ranked high schools in America. She holds a master's in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's in journalism from the University of Delaware.
Benjy Schirm is a storyteller, writer and advocate. He attended the University of Iowa as an undergrad, worked as a theater artist, and went on to earn a J.D. from Western Michigan University so he could take his storytelling from the stage to the courtroom. He has contributed to legal publications in Minnesota, and is a North Star Lawyer, full-time public defender serving Rice County, and on the 4th District Ethics Committee as an investigator.
Bill Glose is an award-winning writer whose honors include the F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Award, a first-place award for sports news writing from the Virginia Press Association, and the Missouri Humanities Council Award for Veterans Poetry. He’s written four books of poetry, and since 2003 has been a contributing editor at Virginia Living and a regular contributor to Super Lawyers, among other magazines. He appears frequently as a featured speaker on literary craft and serves as a judge in writing contests.
Bob Geballe is a longtime journalist based near Seattle. He has written for Washington Law & Politics and Super Lawyers for two decades, as well as for other local and regional publications. He has also worked for PBS NewsHour, Frontline, and network television stations in Seattle and Boston. He is a full-time high school teacher, specializing in science and visual media. In addition, he loves to hike, garden, cook and travel, and spend increasing amounts of time with his three grandchildren.
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