ABA Journal

Legal Rebels Profiles

Emma Greenwood helps the defense bar integrate tech--and levels the criminal justice playing field

New York City, New York

Maura Grossman: She's the star of TAR


She’s the star of TAR



University of Waterloo


Waterloo, Ontario

How designer Margaret Hagan drew her way through law school

: Draw Law

Stanford, California

Emery Harlan: Diversifier

: Organizing minority- and woman-owned law firms

Partner, Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Mark Harris' 'Managed Services' Make Multimillions

: More to Offer

Co-Founder, Axiom Law, San Francisco, California

Casetext's AI assistant is freeing up legal research


Jake Heller, Pablo Arredondo and Laura Safdie





San Francisco, California

William Henderson: Law Prof Means Business

: Studying the practice of law from his perch in academia

Professor, Indiana University , Bloomington, Indiana

Luz Herrera: ‘Low Bono’ Pioneer

: Advocating “low bono” to serve poor clients

Assistant professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California

James Holderman: Jury Duties

: Judging jury participation as a good thing

Chief Judge, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois

Michael Hollander's digital expungement generator cleans records by the thousands



Community Legal Services of Philadelphia


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Matt Homann: Law Thinker

: “Un-conferencing” for innovation

Founder, LexThink , St. Louis, Missouri

William C. Hubbard: A president presses buttons


A president presses buttons



Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP


Columbia, South Carolina

Jeffrey Hughes: The Legal Grinder

: Serving legal advice with coffee

Owner, Legal Grind, Santa Monica, California

Arthur Hunter Jr.: From cop to judge to fighting recidivism



Orleans Parish Criminal District Court


New Orleans, Louisiana

Seeing the possibilities of automation, Tim Hwang is working toward the death of practice-as-usual



Robot Robot & Hwang


San Francisco, California

Charles J. Hynes: Jail Breaker

: Promoting alternatives to jail terms for nonviolent offenders

District Attorney, Kings County, Brooklyn, New York

Back-to-School Boss: Mel Immergut, Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy

Chairman , Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, Munich, Germany

Mary Juetten hopes legal software can help improve access-to-justice problems (podcast)

Phoenix, Arizona

Solo Ignored Naysayers and Turned His Practice Focus Green

: Stuart Kaplow

Solo practitioner, Stuart D. Kaplow Esquire, Towson, Maryland

Tech skills are the key to law students' future employment, says '13 Legal Rebel Dan Katz

: Facing Law's Future

Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
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