- Why criminal defense lawyer (and cover subject) Edward T.M. Garland believes advocating is at the heart of what our country is about.
- How many times construction attorney Linda Klein broke the glass ceiling.
- The five things Charles Kuck feels we need to do to properly reform immigration law.
- What impressed PI-plaintiff attorney Hezekiah Sistrunk Jr. about Johnnie Cochran.
“He was a real cut up, always made you laugh,” says David Zacks of Wake Forest University classmate Brian Piccolo, whose death, in 1969, at the age of 26, propelled Zacks into lifelong pro bono work for the American Cancer Society.
We also ask three attorneys–environmental litigator Don Stack, employment litigator Debra E. Schwartz, and bankruptcy attorney Kathleen Horne—how their practice areas have changed in the last year.
Top lists can be found here.
It’s all in the latest issue of Georgia Super Lawyers & Rising Stars magazine.