Articles

Article Title Issue

Legal Elite - Construction 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Construction- Bob Meynardie

2015-01

Legal Elite - Corporate Counsel 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Corporate Counsel- Santiago Estrada

2015-01

Legal Elite - Criminal 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Criminal- Robert K. Corbett III

2015-01

Legal Elite - Employment 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Employment- Nicole Gardner

2015-01

Legal Elite - Environmental 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Environmental- Garry S. Rice

2015-01

Legal Elite - Family 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Family- Kimberly Bryan

2015-01

Legal Elite - Intellectual Property 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Intellectual Property- Sarah E. Nagae

2015-01

Legal Elite - Litigation 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Litigation- Jonathan D. Sasser

2015-01

Legal Elite - Real Estate 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Real Estate- Holly H. Alderman

2015-01

Legal Elite - Tax and Estate Planning 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Tax and Estate Planning- Michael A. Colombo

2015-01

Legal Elite - Young Guns 2015

2015 Legal Elite winner: Young Guns- Alvaro R. De La Calle

2015-01

Right way to pay

Free & Clear: Charging users is the right way to pay to unclog roads.

2015-01

To be continued

Free & Clear: Rather than rushing to expand Medicaid, state leaders should wait to see how the Republican-controlled Congress alters the Affordable Care Act.

2014-12

Party parity

Free & Clear: A new index shows Tar Heel politics will stay competitive.

2014-11

Poll ax

Free & Clear: Putin, ISIS and kids on the border sharpen security as a cutting-edge issue in an election that jobs, Obamacare and schools were supposed to shape.

2014-10

They come, they go

Free & Clear: In good times and bad, companies shed workers and go out of business. Rather than try to control this, policymakers should cultivate job creation.

2014-09

Balancing act

The best women lawyers in the state thrive through hard work − at the office and at home.

2014-09

Bridge work

Free & Clear: Like the erroneous report of Mark Twain's passing, those lamenting the demise of bipartisan cooperation in lawmaking are exaggerated.

2014-08

Pro-choice

Free & Clear: Two decades of empirical research has shown that education reform will be the real winner if schools are allowed to compete for students.

2014-07

Before the fall

Free & Clear: Before the fall: Votes cast in November should count most, but partisan redistricting has made party primaries of primary importance in Tar Heel politics.

2014-06