We admit it. Some people don’t like the name of what has become an annual issue of the Law Tribune. They ask, what does a “Dozen Who Made A Difference” mean? Does it mean these attorneys made a difference in the legal profession? In the court system? In their communities? In some remote village far across the ocean? Our answer: Yes, it can mean all those things. The ambiguity doesn’t bother us. We aren’t really handing out awards here. We’re simply trying to wrap up the past year in a little bit different way. By introducing you to some attorneys who have been involved with some of the big stories or big issues of 2012. And by introducing you to others who are seldom in the limelight, but whose under-the-radar efforts have been — we think — noteworthy.
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