Contemporary Portraits Collection
This collection comprises a growing selection of commissioned portraits held in private and public ownership nationwide and representing some of the finest plaintiff attorneys and jurists practicing today.
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Jose A. Baez
A high school dropout, Navy intelligence analyst who found his voice as a high profile, very public, criminal defence attorney.
Romanucci & Blandin
Passionate champions of the people, fighting the cost of corruption, illegal lobbying, political graft and sweetheart contract deals.
One of the nation's top personal injury lawyers and much sought after international lecturer and teacher.
Former Mississippi Supreme Court Justice. Fearless, unorthodox trial lawyer defending the have-nots against the haves.
A passionate champion for plaintiffs rights with an outstanding ability to handle the complexities of catastrophic cases, zealously advocating for clients until justice is served.
William H. “Billy” Murphy, Jr
A seasoned trial lawyer of 40 plus years in practice, founder and senior partner of the Baltimore law firm Murphy Falcon Murphy, Judge William H. “Billy” Murphy, Jr. aggressively and effectively advocates for clients from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Anne McGuinness Kearse
Benjamin Brafman is one of the most successful white collar criminal defence lawyers in New York City and indeed the nation. Known for a disarming sense of humour, quick wit and skilful cross-examinations skills.
Gloria Allred is a passionate and fearless advocate, a tireless crusader against discrimination and injustice, winning new rights for victims who have been violated and fighting high-profile legal battles that have led to many landmark precedent-setting court decisions.
Justice James W. Kitchens
Born in 1943 and a lifelong resident of Crystal Springs, Mississippi, Jim Kitchens earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1964, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 1967.
Johnnie Lee Cochran Jr.
A flamboyant, high-profile lawyer and civil activist Johnnie Cochran was known for his exceptional trial skills in the courtroom and his determined and courageous work as an advocate for victims of police brutality
Randi McGinn is one of the best trial lawyers in the United States, having tried to verdict over 130 jury trials against the Goliaths of this world -- insurance companies, product manufacturers, trucking companies and the government.
He specialized in personal injury, wrongful death, on the job injuries, defective products, and medical malpractice cases and in every stage of the case, the client's needs were always foremost is his thoughts.
Bruce Stern is Certified as a Civil Trial Attorney by both the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Barry Nace graduated from Dickinson College in 1965 with a B.S. in chemistry continuing on to study at Dickinson School of Law where he eventually earned an honorary doctor of laws degree in 1994.
Thomas Fortune Fay, a Delaware native, is a 1961 graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and a Rutgers Law School JD who ditched a boring government job early in his career to become a $15-an-hour criminal defense attorney.
When you think of the greatest trial lawyers in the recent history of the United States, those that have made the most profound impact on the practice of law, there are just a few names that stand head and shoulders above the rest of this extraordinarily accomplished field of court room warriors.
A hugely impressive career built on profound compassion and brilliant trail advocacy
Mary Alice Mclarty
A leading authority on access to justice issues. Fighting to keep the courthouse doors open for everyone.
Roxanne Barton Conlin
I am a feminist and always have been. Like so many other women I was relieved that there was a name for my unshakable belief that women were equal and entitled to equal right
President of one of the largest and most successful plaintiff law firms in the United States and principal co-host of Mass Torts Made Perfect.
Prominent Los Angeles trial attorney renowned for his exceptional trial skills, his prestigious awards, his originality, his compassion and his committed support of creative talent.
Founder and executive director of the Southern Poverty Law Center. One of the most dedicated and effective civil rights lawyers in U.S. history
Powerful public interest lawyer, Executive Director of the Equal Just ice initiative, MacArthur Foundation Fellow, and author of the best selling book Just Mercy. His TED talk is one of the most watched of all time
Brilliant NYC plaintiff's attorney considered one of the most influential and highly regarded women lawyers practicing in the filed of medical malpractice and personal injury.
Thomas A. Mesereau Jr.
Extraordinary criminal defence lawyer known for high profile celebrity cases, he runs a pro bono legal clinic in South Central Los Angeles and accepts one capital murder case each year on behalf of an indigent defendant in the Deep South.
John F Romano
Founding partner of the Romano Law Group, FL. Widely honoured and recognized as one of the great leaders and educators in the field of courtroom litigation.
Bernard L. Gluckstein
Over 50 years of experience as a staunch advocate for the rights of injured persons. Well known philanthropist and lifetime member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Novelist, national media host and trial lawyer extraordinaire. Senior partner at Levin Papantonio, one of the largest plaintiffs’ law firms in America
Gilbert T. Adams
Protecting America’s civil justice system and representing Texans and their families for three generations.
The nation's pioneer in the use of civil litigation to seek justice for survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
F. Lee Bailey 1933 -
An iconic American trial lawyer who has handled some of the most famous and polarizing cases in the country.
One of the co-founders of the Reptilian theory of trial advocacy, he is regarded as a major authority on damages.
F. Gregory Barnhart
With over 80 verdicts and settlements in excess of $1 million, he an ardent conservationist and an Adjunct Professor at The Cornell Law School.
An attorney extraordinaire, he was selected as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by Time Magazine in 2010.
Arthur H. Bryant
Chairman of Public Justice. Fighting for consumers’ rights, workers’ rights, civil rights and liberties, environmental protection, the poor and the powerless, and access to justice for all. One of the 100 Most Influential Attorneys in America.
The lead counsel in multiple cases involving victims of drunk driving throughout West Florida.
Bobby Lee Cook
A fiery, folksy criminal defense attorney from Summerville, GA, he is reputed to have been the inspiration for the television series Matlock.
Gregory S. Cusimano
Recipient of The Leonard M. Ring Champion of Justice Award and the the AAJ Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding character, integrity and his exceptional contribution to the civil justice system.
Has represented thousands of clients who have suffered personal injuries and is dedicated to improving the nation’s medical institutions by educating medical students and practicing physicians on the legal aspects of medical malpractice.
Lewis S. "Mike" Eidson
Served in prominent leadership roles in many of the most important product liability cases in the United States of the past three decades.
Sidney W. Gilreath
Passionately helps victims in high profile, nationwide class action employment and defective product lawsuits.
Designated a “person of courage” by Oprah Winfrey, he is one of the co-founders of the Reptile theory of trial advocacy.
A personal injury lawyer who helped to shape Pennsylvania law and instigated important progressive changes throughout the civil justice system.
A trial consultant and educator of the Reptile Theory of trial practice.
Robert W. Munley
Munley Law founder and partner, a Pennsylvania legal legend and personal injury law pioneer..
A Georgia trial attorney dedicated to one-on-one, personal contact with each client.
Christian D. Searcy
A trial lawyer with over 40 years of experience in litigating cases for catastrophic injury and death throughout Florida.
William Andrew ( "Andy") Haggard
Senior partner of the Miami based Haggard Law Firm he has carried over 150 trials to jury in all manner of personal injury cases.
One of the top mass tort and major personal injury trial lawyers in Florida and the United States. Shareholder at Levin, Papantonio in Pensacola.
Diana Santa Maria
Redress Restitution and Redemption
A compassionate Florida trial lawyer helping victims of personal injury and medical malpractice since 1991.
TOUBY, CHAIT & SICKING
Miami workers’ compensation attorneys with more than 100 years of collective legal experience.
Sandra Day O'Connor
The first female Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
James and Pauline Montgomery
James is a distinguished Chicago trial lawyer and with his wife Pauline they are active patrons of the arts in their local community on Chicago’s south side.
Extensive experience in the field of punitive damages and is the recipient of multiple highly prestigious trial lawyer awards.
Spent the last 40 years representing those who have been seriously injured or family members of people who had been wrongfully killed.
Enoch "Woody" Woodhouse, II.
A member of the Tuskegee Airman, a Boston trial lawyer, a Yale graduate, and a recipient of the U.S. Medal of Honor.
National leader in complex torts, personal injury, maritime, product liability and appellate trial practice. Author of more than 200 articles on civil trial practice. Scholar and lecturer extraordinaire.
Bernie Walsh credits his Irish immigrant parents for his successes as a trial attorney and says he learned drive, determination, and great ethics from both his mother and father.
Represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of commercial litigation.
W. Mark Lanier
Right is right, and wrong is wrong.
Texan Trial Lawyer, Author, Teacher, Pastor and Story Teller.
Stephen M. Komie
Represented thousands of ordinary persons before the courts of Illinois, the United States, and international tribunals..
Moses Rambarran & Ethel Kennedy
Portrait of American human rights campaigner Ethel Kennedy and New Jersey criminal lawyer Moses Rambarran.
Through his career, he has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to justice and has devoted significant time and personal resources to philanthropic efforts.
William T. Wuliger
Cleveland public defender, tenacious litigator and mentor to many young lawyers in the North East Ohio legal community.
First female Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Dedicated to helping victims of personal injury re-gain their lives.
"We want clients to focus on healing from their injuries, not worrying about how they’ll be able to afford an attorney"