Media maven Craig Merritt of Christian &
Barton will go on the record—but don’t get too
excited. “I’m still grinding away at the practice
of law,” he says. “I don’t have anything to
report, as the main things I’ve done since last
year are arbitrations. I actually can’t even tell
you the clients, or the industries.” We’ll just say
the tight-lipped lawyer remains busy.
When we last spoke with the former assistant
press secretary to Lady Bird Johnson, family
law attorney Marcia Maddox told us, “I’m 72,
and I still have plenty of energy.” That energy
has been put to good use in the years since:
Maddox Law has changed to Maddox & Gerock
and increased to seven lawyers.
“I’m still actively involved in litigation, and
trying to raise up associates so they are
prepared to practice law in a different world
than I started in,” says ThompsonMcMullan's
Christopher Malone. “The concept of our
responsibility to serve in the community—
and to serve well—is important. It is a great
privilege to practice law.”
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