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Articles written by Robert Gluck

MacKoul as a Cucumber

John MacKoul didn’t let a little thing like a heart transplant get in the way of doing his job

Last June, John MacKoul was given the type of news one prays never to hear: his heart was failing and without a new one he would soon die. Yet MacKoul didn’t blink. He processed the information, consulted with his wife and son, and came up with a plan. He would do what was asked of him and enter Temple University Hospital to await a transplant. He would also find a way to get his law work done. This is not a man who takes a medical emergency lying down.   Once in the hospital, he …

Public Defender

Whether through his work on the bench or in Iraq, Stephen Orlofsky is driven by a need to serve

Walking around his spacious modern office at Blank Rome in Cherry Hill, Stephen Orlofsky points at an assortment of framed photographs, plaques, awards, brass eagles, collectibles and golden gavels. He wears a conservative blue suit and his eyes are sharp and warm. He stops to take in one particularly meaningful image. “Here is my good friend Pinky Durham, who is one of the subjects of David Maraniss’ book They Marched Into Sunlight: War and Peace in Vietnam and America October …

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