February 2018 Archives

Super Lawyers in the News: Politics, Sports, Civil Rights and Hip-Hop

Super Lawyers listees often end up in the news because of their work with high-profile cases and elevated national profiles. In the last couple months, we've seen several newsworthy moments for selectees.

February Editorial Showcases Leading Female Attorneys

Super Lawyers list selectees display skill, leadership and a commitment to becoming the best. They also showcase perseverance and strength in the face of opposition. In February, the cover subject lawyers profiled in North Carolina, Indiana and Georgia exemplified the mettle, curiosity and ingenuity needed to develop into some of the best attorneys in the country.

Your Marketing Is Bigger Than You Think

Working in a small town shouldn't shrink your thinking. You've been chosen as one of the top 5% of lawyers in your region as a Super Lawyers selectee, or one of the top 2.5% of attorneys as a Rising Stars selectee. There's nothing small-time about that.

From the Vault -- "Prosecuting Terrorism"

In the 2005 edition of Indiana Super Lawyers Magazine, we got to know Larry A. Mackey of Barnes & Thornburg in Indianapolis. Before his career in private practice, Mackey made a name for himself as an assistant U.S. attorney. Among the many cases he prosecuted, perhaps the biggest was that of Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols--the Oklahoma City bombers.