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Kentucky Super Lawyers Articles

'A Presence You Can't Learn'

Jennifer Moore is eloquent, charismatic—and takes no prisoners

An Unwilling Party

How Craig Dilger defended the University of Louisville against furious fans

Fighting 'Forever Chemicals'

How Rob Bilott's life became a mission to hold DuPont accountable

The Floodgates

Charity S. Bird on the rash of closures and Subchapter Vs during the pandemic

'We Are So Screwed'

A Kentucky bankruptcy attorney talks about the COVID-19 fallout

Family Feud

How Kent Wicker helped three Kentucky sisters land their rightful inheritance

Ride of a Lifetime

Amy Berge’s priorities take their turns at the top

The ‘Architectural Downfall’ of Fred Joseph

How the Louisville attorney worked his passions for civil rights and building into a community-based real estate practice

Taking on Kim Davis

Louisville attorney Laura Landenwich sued the Rowan County clerk for refusing to issue marriage licenses after the U.S. Supreme Court approved same-sex marriage

Lessons from the Five-and-Dime

Lexington attorney Peter Perlman learned early in life that one person can have an outsized impact on others

Taking on Trolls

How Stephen C. Hall helps inventor-clients overcome nuisance suits

The Big Guy

Pierce Hamblin’s tactical weapons include humor, listening skills and powers of persuasion. Plus an Elvis shrine

Power Broker

Todd V. McMurtry carries on a family tradition in his litigation and municipal practice

Charles the Fourth: a.k.a. "Mike"

Charles Joseph Cronan IV on Nos. I, II and III; the beginning of health care law; and how a boyhood love for fire engines led him to a game-changing case

The Coal Miner's Son

Low-key energy lawyer Bruce Cryder is a giant in his field

Answering the Call

How R. James Straus stepped forward in a dark hour

What I Learned From Bert T. Combs

Twenty years later, Debra Dawahare remembers working with the late governor  

The Kindness of Strangers

How Scott Dickens was changed by his experiences in Costa Rica  

Moving Out of the Crosshairs

Former state senator Gary Johnson on leaving the public arena  

Home of the Brave

Three Kentucky attorneys share memories of serving their country in the armed forces    

The Foxhole Test 

Pierce Hamblin on friendship, fairness and whom he’d want watching his back

Pass or Fail?

Sheldon Gilman and the most nerve-wracking test ever

The Relentless Crusader

Ann Oldfather is fiercely loyal­—just ask her clients

Perlman's Pearls

Peter Perlman explains how to prep a case, talk to a jury and dropkick a basketball

The Underdog's Best Friend

William McMurry takes the cases no one else will—and wins

Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Jeff McKenzie conquers Kilimanjaro for charity

A Dream Come True

How Tom Williams played a part in preserving MLK’s legacy

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