My chat with legal luminaries during the coronavirus continues.
Today, I’m zipping to Texas to visit legendary litigator Harry Reasoner of Vinson & Elkins. As managing partner of Vinson from 1992 to 2001, Reasoner expanded the Houston institution into a national and international firm. A big proponent of pro bono, Reasoner has a track record of taking on causes that are unpopular in his home state, including fighting to preserve affirmative action admission policies at the University of Texas School of Law. Now 80, Reasoner still practices—and speaks with a heavy Texas twang.
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