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Courtland Reichman is a partner in the home office of King & Spalding, maintaining an impressive list of clients that includes Wendy’s International Inc., United Parcel Service Inc. and Home Depot Inc. In January of this year, Reichman defended Coca-Cola Co. in a federal patent infringement lawsuit involving vending machine design. Just one week later, Reichman argued the prison-sentencing case Johnson v. U.S. in front of the U.S. Supreme Court (ultimately losing his appeal in a 5-4 decision). This case was part of the average 500 pro bono hours Reichman logs every year. His pro bono work focuses on prison abuses and fair treatment for convicts � including two imprisoned clients, a murderer and a drug dealer. When he graduated from college, he worked as an associate economist at the Rand Corp., publishing articles and a book about labor economics. He graduated from Emory University School of Law in 1995. Reichman joined King & Spalding in 1996, arguing his first case before the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals as a first-year associate. He also created an indigent defense team at his firm, bringing together 50 volunteers to aid the overtaxed public defender system in northern Georgia. A board member of the Southern Center for Human Rights and the Living Room, Reichman also won the Anti-Defamation League’s Young Lawyer’s Award in 2001.

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