Posts tagged "appellate lawyer"

Jean Dubofsky: Advice to Young Lawyers

dubofsky.jpgJean Dubofsky knows supreme courts. She became the first female justice on the Colorado Supreme Court in 1979, and, as an appellate lawyer, was lead counsel for the plaintiffs in overturning the Amendment 2 case (Romer v. Evans) before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1996. In the latest issue of Colorado Super Lawyers & Rising Stars magazine, in a Q&A entitled "Lone Ranger," we talk with Ms. Dubofsky about her extensive career, the difficulty of being a judge, and how much longer she'll practice law.

In the 2011 issue of Texas Super Lawyers

In the latest issue of Texas Super Lawyers (available online, digitally, via app and in print), cover feature Rick Robertson, who practices family law at Koons Fuller in Plano, talks about how his practice is changing in the era of Facebook.

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.