Posts tagged "Mountain States Super Lawyers"

From the Vault: Gerry Spence

In 2010 Mountain States Super Lawyers, we featured the legendary trial lawyer Gerry Spence, of The Spence Law Firm and founder of The Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming, in a Q&A. Spence spent time in his career as an attorney for insurance companies, but switched to the other side and has never looked back. In this excerpt, he explains why he made the change:

From the Vault: Bill Jones and the Value of Keeping Arguments Succinct

In the 2009 issue of Mountain States Super Lawyers, trial lawyer Bill Jones, partner at Garlington, Lohn, Robinson in Missoula, Mont., is praised by colleagues for his timeliness and ability to stay on task in the courtroom--which has helped him in his cases. An excerpt:

Everything Kelly J.C. Gallinger Learned About Legal Writing She Learned from Justice Karla Gray

We recently interviewed Kelly J.C. Gallinger, a partner at Brown Law Firm in Billings, Mont., who practices insurance defense and litigation. Gallinger spent 11 years in the Montana Army National Guard, and one year teaching ESL in South Korea--which you can read about in the latest issue of Mountain States Super Lawyers.

Carol Davis Zucker, in Nevada, on Collective Bargaining from Wisconsin to Egypt

When we spoke to Carol Davis Zucker, partner at Las Vegas' Kamer Zucker Abbott, last month, we asked the attorney, who represents Nevada companies in labor disputes, about Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's introduction of a bill that would end almost all collective bargaining for most public workers. Walker has since signed the bill into law, but lawsuits are preventing it from being put into effect. Since there's no telling what will happen before publication of our Q&A with Zucker in July's Mountain States Super Lawyers magazine, here's an excerpt of her response from the interview on March 2, 2011.