David Ginsburg has pushed the buttons of presidents, Supreme Court justices, clients and peers. During his 70-year career, he's worked in the White House during the Great Depression, helped shape the rhetoric of the civil rights era and built a 74-lawyer law firm. Now, at age 94 and putting in 40-hour workweeks as of counsel at Powell Goldstein in Washington, D.C., Ginsburg shares his thoughts on the demise of general practice firms, the importance of writing skills and his affection for midsize firms.
At 94, Attorney David Ginsburg Looks Back at a Life Less Ordinary
June 1, 2006
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