Lawdragon has broken the mold with its annual magazine that is distributed in print and in digital form. The legal community has grown to love our presentation of the Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America, which features the industry's best photojournalism of legal professionals with accompanying fun facts, notable achievements and Q&As with members of the guide. It is the ultimate page-turner and who's who of the profession.
The 2013 Magazine features our best-ever Lawdragon 500 photo spread, as well a detailed examination of transitional justice issues in Rwanda related to the 1994 genocide and an in-depth a look at the emerging legal practice of crisis management.
Indeed, the magazine has always been about more than the 500 – over the years, we have provided passionate coverage of a fascinating range of issues within the legal affairs arena. The 2012 Magazine has features on new trends in the practice of IP law and war crimes trials in Serbia's domestic courts and at the ICTY, along with nearly 30 interviews with leading practitioners.
Our 2011 magazine provided an inside account of the Proposition 8 trial in California over gay-marriage, which featured the historic pairing of Bush v. Gore opponents David Boies and Ted Olson. (Photo of Olson, Boies and their clients by Gabriela Hasbun.)
The issue also presented an in-depth examination of post-apartheid justice in South Africa, based on field research in the country. Despite the importance of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, many victims of apartheid-era crimes want the government to prosecute perpetrators who did not seek amnesty with the TRC. (Photo of Desmond Tutu by Komelau/Dreamstime.com)
For earlier issues, we spent months in Wilmington to profile the talent-stacked Delaware Chancery Court and traveled to Alaska to detail the battles Earthjustice was waging against with the Bush administration. We went jogging with Seth Waxman to get inside the head of one of the nation's top Supreme Court litigators, and we had a serious sit-down with Evan Chesler before he became Cravath's presiding partner.Photo by Hugh Williams: Allan and Marilyn Navarro won $217 million for a misdiagnosed stroke.
And we know that many readers were moved by our account of one of the decade's biggest medical malpractice verdicts resulting from a misdiagnosed stroke in Florida. (Photo of Allan and Marilyn Navarro by Hugh Williams)
PDF versions of our magazines are below.
• The 2009-2010 Magazine (4.23MB PDF)
• Winter 2009 (4.23MB PDF)
• Winter 2008 (4.23MB PDF)
• Winter 2007 (5.6MB PDF)
• Fall 2006 (3.23MB PDF)
• Summer 2006 (2.07MB PDF)
• Spring 2006 (3.75MB PDF)
• Winter 2006 (3.69MB PDF)
• Fall 2005 (10.1MB PDF)