A year after Hurricane Katrina gutted much of New Orleans and the surrounding area, business for some lawyers is flourishing from reconstruction projects, while others are still struggling to rebuild their practices and their lives.

For a legal community that was home to about 7,500 lawyers, the storm wiped out communications, case files and, in some instances, entire practices, leaving their businesses in shambles and their futures uncertain.

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