Newest Issue - July 2015

Meet 6 lawyers who are also racecar drivers

A client showed up one day in 1990 at attorney Arthur W. Porter’s house in Colorado Springs with a 1965 Triumph Spitfire. “I can’t pay your bill,” Porter’s client told him, “but here is your car.”

“So I received an $895 race car,” Porter says. “Thus began my hobby—obsession, really. It has been a problem of sorts ever since,” he says wryly.

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