Isabelle Kirshner’s Midtown office gives few clues that it belongs to one of the most well-respected white-collar defense lawyers in the city.

It’s small, and the view from Clayman & Rosenberg’s sixth-floor suite lacks glamour. Kirshner can see the side of Grand Central Terminal, but only if she leans the right way.

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