Deborah R. Willig, managing partner of Philadelphia-based Willig, Williams & Davidson, has been a union lawyer throughout her career. She sat down with NLJ to talk about the importance of being passionate about the law, her role as a woman trailblazer and her concerns over voting rights.

Why did you become a lawyer and then later pick to represent workers’ unions?

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