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12 Priya Chaudhry brings a touch of Cleveland to New York. Also motorcycles.
13 Richard Lobel follows in the footsteps of his father, Sheldon,
who followed in the footsteps of his father-in-law.
14 Raoul Felder shows off one of the most memorable law offices in the city.
16 Real estate icon Jonathan Mechanic tells us what’s good in the neighborhood.
17 CEO training and a sense of humor helped Monica Richman
build a fashion IP practice.
18 How did a bastard orphan go on and on to become a musical phenomenon?
Loren Plotkin and Nancy Rose on the legal work behind Hamilton.
20 18-year Navy vet Stephen Lessard reps soldiers
with LGBT matters and PTSD issues.
21 Which SCOTUS justice would you take to lunch?
22 Sofia Balile, Elan E. Weinreb and Mason A. Weisz on the tech
that makes the practice easier.
22 A brief survey of your bar colleagues.
23 Move over, Atticus: Lawyers have a new favorite cinematic lawyer.
24 Getting the deal done and keeping quiet about it, with Marcia L. Goldstein.
28 Captain America’s lawyer: How Ross J. Charap emerged
to fight for truth, justice and intellectual property.
13 former clerks to the U.S. Supreme Court tell all.