A federal district judge in California declared the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy unconstitutional late Thursday. The lawyer who won the case is a White & Case commercial litigator who had worked on just one prior pro bono matter. That lawyer, Dan Woods, spent some time Friday reflecting on a decision six years in the making.

AMLAW DAILY: Hi, Dan. Congratulations on the big win. First question: How’d you get involved in the case?

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