Posts tagged "James Lobsenz"

A Conversation with James Lobsenz, Part III: The Awkwardness of Appeal

Our article on James Lobsenz, entitled "James Lobsenz Rewrites the Rules," about the criminal defense and appellate lawyer with Seattle's Carney Badley Spellman who was the ACLU's cooperating attorney in the Witt v. Department of the Air Force case, is now available online and in magazine form.

A Conversation with James Lobsenz, Part II: When to Appeal

We'll be featuring a profile of James Lobsenz, a criminal defense and appellate lawyer with Carney Badley Spellman in Seattle, and the ACLU's cooperating attorney in the Witt v. Department of the Air Force case, in the next issue of Washington Super Lawyers. But we had such an interesting conversation with Mr. Lobsenz we couldn't include it all in the story. Here's part of what was left out. (You can read part I, "What are Juries Thinking Anyway?" here.)

A Conversation with James Lobsenz, Part I: What are Juries Thinking Anyway?

We'll be featuring a profile of James Lobsenz, a criminal defense and appellate lawyer with Carney Badley Spellman in Seattle, and the ACLU's cooperating attorney in the Witt v. Department of the Air Force case, in the next issue of Washington Super Lawyers. But we had such an interesting conversation with Mr. Lobsenz we couldn't include it all in the story. Here's part of what was left out.

James Lobsenz: the lawyer who won Margaret Witt's reinstatement

Lesbian flight nurse Margaret Witt, who was kicked out of the military in 2004 when it was discovered she was in a relationship with a civilian woman, was reinstated to the Air Force Reserve last week, thanks in large part to the work of James Lobsenz of Carney Badley Spellman in Seattle.