Massachusetts Super Lawyers Articles

Changing the Balance

How Mala Rafik tips the scales toward plaintiffs in employee benefits litigation

Featuring Mala M. Rafik

“The Collective Failure”

Ropes & Gray attorneys on investigating Larry Nassar

Featuring James P. Dowden, …

An Everyday Guy from Dorchester

Neil Sugarman looks back on more than 50 years in the law

Featuring Neil Sugarman

Keep Calm and Litigate On

Lisa Arrowood wins cases with tranquil intensit

Featuring Lisa G. Arrowood

J.D., JD

James “J.D.” Smeallie of Holland & Knight in Boston speaks out on athletic conference realignment litigation, leading the Boston Bar and being quoted in Sports IllustratedFeaturing James D. (J.D.) Smeallie

The Details and the Big Picture

White-collar defender Karen F. Green has the rare ability to see both

Jason Allen Rosenberg’s Sense of Community

The real estate lawyer builds bridges with legal work and disability advocacyFeaturing Jason Allen Rosenberg

The Code of Law

Former computer programmer Michael A. Albert of Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks has developed one of Massachusetts' most significant IP litigation practicesFeaturing Michael A. Albert

The Man Behind the Largest Pro Bono Effort in History

Leo Boyle knew everything would change after 9/11. He vowed to make some of that change positiveFeaturing Leo V. Boyle

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury, Class Is Now in Session

Julia Huston brings an educator’s eye to the lawFeaturing Julia Huston

Wearing Harvard Crimson

Robert Iuliano on Larry Summers, life in Cambridge and the university as a corporation

Palin in Comparison

Lisa Palin stood up for an attempted rape victim and helped set an important precedent in the process

Q&A With Paul Sugarman

The co-founder of Sugarman & Sugarman with his brother Neil, Paul Sugarman has, over the course of a 50-year legal career, scored victories over General Motors and Eli Lilly in personal injury cases and has championed court reform.Featuring Paul R. Sugarman

Wearing Harvard Crimson

Robert Iuliano on Larry Summers, life in Cambridge and the university as a corporation

All the World’s a Courtroom

Joan Lukey's flair for the dramatic       Featuring Joan A. Lukey

Nancy Shilepsky's Legacy

Losing isn't an option

Featuring Nancy S. Shilepsky

When the Dishes Start Flying

Family law attorneys tell us how they deal with good people at their worst

Featuring Christopher L. Davis, …

The Most Important Time Is Now

Boston attorney Sam Kim's penchant for Christian charity leads him to serve more than his clientsFeaturing Dongsup Samuel Kim

Josh Dalton and the Green Monster

One Boston attorney’s tale of defending baseball’s most famous wall Featuring Joshua M. Dalton

Gina Barry's Pet Project

Here’s one lawyer who cares what happens to your pet after you’re goneFeaturing Gina M. Barry

The Man Behind the Camera

Michael Rader wants you to be informed on Middle East issuesFeaturing Michael N. Rader

The Storyteller

The appeal of a well-told tale inspired Kathryn Conde to become a commercial litigator

The Power of Marsha Kazarosian

How one attorney got a country club to play fair
Featuring Marsha V. Kazarosian

Albano's Crusade

Jonathan Albano forced the Catholic Church to open its sealed records on sexual abuse
Featuring Jonathan M. Albano

A Fireside Chat with James Roosevelt Jr.

The only thing he has to fear is … that the Bush administration will try again to privatize his grandfather’s Social Security system

The Road to Equality

Mary Bonauto fights for love and marriage

Oh Henry!

Vickie Henry has made a career of winning difficult fights and doing it with a smile

A Valuable Deduction

Tax attorney Eric Rothenberg invests in big-screen success
Featuring Eric P. Rothenberg

Catching the Shutter Bug

Fine-art photographer Clyde Bergstresser captures the world on film
Featuring Clyde D. Bergstresser

Monkey Business

Ellen Epstein Cohen doesn’t clown around when she represents the circus
Featuring Ellen Epstein Cohen

Freedom Fighter

Jennifer Chunias can't rest knowing innocent people are in prison
Featuring Jennifer L. Chunias

"He Helped Me With Everything I Have in America"

Halim Moris came to the United States at age 15 with only a backpack and $25 in hand, now he's one of the top immigration lawyers in Boston

Featuring Halim Moris

Striving for Perfection

Anna Sankaran works hard to set an example for Boston's growing south Asian legal community
Featuring Annapoorni R. Sankaran

Wonder Woman

There is exactly one life sciences patent attorney in the state with a side practice in quantum mechanics: Brenda Herschbach Jarrell

Featuring Brenda Herschbach Jarrell

The Conservative Libertarian

Mike Williams chafes at the use of racial preferences anywhere in society

Featuring Michael Williams

Beautiful Days in The Neighborhoods

Lee Harrington looks back on his life as a rock god

Featuring Lee Harrington

Fever Pitcher

David T. Mitrou takes his throwing arm to the big screen, courtesy of the Farrelly Brothers
Featuring David T. Mitrou

The Storyteller

Ike Williams knows a good tale when he reads one. Just ask Norman Mailer.Featuring John Taylor "Ike" Williams

To Russia With Love

Natasha Lisman has come a long way from a primitive hovel in Kazakhstan

Leader of the Pack

When Russia’s richest man needed defense counsel, he turned to John PappalardoFeaturing A. John Pappalardo

Saving Ray Charles

Ed Masterman and Paul Redmond convinced a Boston judge to send the music legend to drug rehabilitation instead of prison

Patriot Games

Super Lawyer Jack Mula never tires of Super Bowls

Chart Topper

Maggie Lange knows her tunes from her tortsFeaturing Maggie A. Lange

David Hosp's Dark Harbor

Lots of lawyers dream about writing a novel one day. This guy did it, and it’s getting worldwide distributionFeaturing Richard David Hosp

Most Valuable Player

Rachel Splaine Rollins has channeled the competitive drive that made her a top lacrosse player into a groundbreaking legal career

Soul Man

Dan Rabinovitz performs in court by day and with rock ’n’ soul legends by nightFeaturing Dan Rabinovitz

The Evel Knievel of Boston Law

Think Darin Smith is daunted by much after taking turns at 125 mph? Not likely

New England Patriot

Few take the responsibilities of US citizenship as seriously as Peter VickeryFeaturing Peter Vickery

Top Gun

Whether in a cockpit at 3,000 feet or on stage with the Boston Pops, Alison Reif stays in controlFeaturing Alison Foote Reif

The 50 Masks of Judson Pierce

For Judson Pierce, the play’s the thingFeaturing Judson L. Pierce

The Lawyer as Swinger

Doug Clapp scores low on the golf course and high in his law practiceFeaturing Douglas W. Clapp

Is Randy Bodner the Bravest Lawyer in Boston?

After standing up to the Luchese organized crime family and the notoriously violent Medellin cocaine cartel, not much scares Randy Bodner these daysFeaturing Randall W. Bodner

Portrait of the Artist as an Attorney

Forget about left-brain/right-brain and consider these whole-brain lawyers, who somehow manage to function at high levels in two distinctly different worlds: art and the lawFeaturing William C. Sawyer, …

The Problems of Sticking to Principle

What do you do when your client seems to stand for the opposite of everything you believe?Featuring Harold L. Lichten

Jeff Newman Goes From Reporting the News to Making It

Where do you train to learn First Amendment rights? The National Enquirer, of courseFeaturing Jeffrey A. Newman

Lyman Bullard's Wide World of Sports

A man who never stopped playing gamesFeaturing Lyman G. Bullard, Jr.

Alimony from a Dead Man

In a feat akin to getting turnip blood, Shannon Fitzpatrick blazed a trail

The Trial Lawyer's Gift to America

After September 11, the threat of lawsuits hung over the American economy — until Leo Boyle and the trial lawyers took overFeaturing Leo V. Boyle

How to Handle a Merger

Bill Lee knew it was grow or languish for his firm, but the waters he had to navigate were filled with sharksFeaturing William F. Lee

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